Tuesday Reading List: Microsoft Can Be a Jerk

Microsoft says new processors will only work with Windows 10

"Windows 10 will be the only supported Windows platform on Intel's upcoming 'Kaby Lake' silicon, Qualcomm's upcoming '8996' silicon, and AMD's upcoming 'Bristol Ridge' silicon."

Interesting note about Windows 10: "The company sees the operating system as the 'final' version of Windows; it's now a service, not a product, and this change better reflects that."

Debt Dodgers: Meet the Americans Who Moved to Europe and Went AWOL on Their Student Loans

Student loan debt is the single largest financial asset on the Federal government's balance sheet. What happens to that $1.3 trillion going forward?

One the one cold hand: pay your bill. On the other hand, students the decision to sign up for hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt before they reach their 20th birthday?

Fleeing the country seems extreme though.

"Some people are put in so desperate a spot they have attempted to bail on their loans by fleeing the country and hiding out from the banks and collection agencies that will inevitably start looking for them."

"'The federal government doesn't have really strong tools for collecting debt from people who move overseas,' says Mark Kantrowitz, another expert on student loans who serves on the board of the Journal of Student Financial Aid. 'In theory, you could live the rest of your life in another country.'"

From Anchors To Ankle Dolphins: A Brief History Of Tattoos

If one in four millennials has a tattoo, one in four is going to have mad regrets in 20 years or so.

"A lot of times, the color falls right out. Or it turns yellow and brown, especially if you go tanning."

Interesting chart of the demographics of wholesale club stores - they are predominantly wealthier than I would have guessed.