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Soaring SpaceX, Isaacson on Wikipedia, Asimov on creativity, and more

Here’s your supplemental weekend reading list (for when you’ve finished your Times.) Elon Musk’s SpaceX is perhaps the most remarkable entrepreneurial success story in recent times. Quartz tells how SpaceX leapfrogged NASA to “become a serious space company.” Walter Isaacson, the guy who wrote the Steve Jobs biography, has a new book, "The Innovators," a highly readable history of computer technology. The Daily Beast runs an excerpt, with a focus on Wikipedia. In 1959, venerable science fiction author Isaac Asimov wrote an essay on creativity. MIT Technology Review publishes it for the first time. And for hard-core geeks, Ars Technica offers...