The two biggest stories of the week are Bubba Watson capturing the green jacket at the US Open, and Facebook buying Instagram for $1 billion.
What do these two seemingly disparate happenings have in common?
Both accomplishments were engineered by guys with no formal training in their respective field.
Watson - as was noted several times during Sunday's telecast - has never had a lesson or analyzed his swing on video.
Instagram's CEO, Kevin Systrom, is apparently an entirely self-taught programmer.
The world (and media) loves stories like this, and I'm guessing the stories are in the neighborhood of truth, but not quite as sexy as they've been made to be.
Nonetheless, it's an interesting narrative and one I'm sure we'll continue to hear.
By the way, here's Watson's shot from the 2nd hole of the sudden-death playoff. Maybe the best shot I've ever seen, given the circumstances.