Happy Tuesday, which is always better than Happy Monday and certainly worthy of toasting with a Morning Six-Pack.
When you hear central bankers start talking about "forward guidance" to control interest rates, remember this: They usually don't know what they're talking about. (Quartz)
Why are Legos so popular in a world filled with mind-blowing high-tech games? Because they're not a mind-blowing high-tech game. (The Economist)
In some parts of the media world, editors are an endangered species. (British Journalism Review)
If you live in the world of markets and the economy, the first Friday of each month is crunch time, as that is when the government releases its nonfarm payrolls report. Former Goldman Sachs investment strategist Jim O'Neill thinks that's stupid. (BloombergView)
Corporate debtpalooza continues in high gear, with Petrobras the latest company to issue a blockbuster bond issue. (Wall Street Journal)
And finally ... many eyes will be on a hearing regarding how international banks fixed a key overnight interest rate. Here's how the fixing all went down, as CNBC.com's Catherine Boyle explains.
—By CNBC's Jeff Cox. Follow him on Twitter @JeffCoxCNBCcom.