“As with the end of feudalism 500 years ago, capitalism’s replacement by postcapitalism will be accelerated by external shocks and shaped by the emergence of a new kind of human being. And it has started.” The Guardian’s Paul Mason makes the case that the end of capitalism has begun. (Great, I was this close to finally coming up with a business model…)

+ “Is There a Viable Alternative to the Iran Deal?” Three Atlantic writers debate the merits of the nuclear agreement.

+ “Few crimes are tougher to investigate than those that occur at sea. There are no cameras on the corner, no phones to tap, usually no weapons to retrieve.” The NYT takes you aboard a notorious boat for a trip into the lawlessness of the high seas: Stowaways And Crimes Aboard A Scofflaw Ship.

+ Joe Namath is worried that football gave him brain damage. And now he’s certain he’s found a solution. But don’t believe him if he guarantees victory this time.

+ The Pixar Theory of Labor.