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The good newsRelevance: 1
Posted by: stephentyrone 9:58pm, Thursday, 4 March 2010
The good news is that the Judge finally ordered the county to return the money to him on February 17.

The bad news is that, of course, he doesn't get any interest or penalty from the county for...

Conversely...Relevance: 1
Posted by: cog 10:10pm, Sunday, 21 February 2010
...I think it's pretty well-established that daughters take better care of their parents in old age. So for optimal results have a son followed by a daughter.
really niceRelevance: 1
Posted by: stephentyrone 10:37am, Wednesday, 10 February 2010
I'm not prepared to get quite so worked up as the author seems to be about all this, but it certainly is well written an interesting.
(no subject)Relevance: 1
Posted by: stephentyrone 1:44pm, Tuesday, 2 February 2010
My take-home was that viola players are all criminals.
(no subject)Relevance: 1
Posted by: ccho 6:50am, Friday, 29 January 2010
Other than the obvious, what I took from this article: bad things happen to those that play viola.
false economyRelevance: 1
Posted by: mmc 3:05pm, Friday, 18 December 2009
Popov at 80% list price still has negative value! Thanks for the fun read.
I finally read this.Relevance: 1
Posted by: AJ 5:44pm, Monday, 7 December 2009
Loved it!
Gladwell without the scienceRelevance: 1
Posted by: billm 10:30am, Tuesday, 24 November 2009
I was a fan before he started writing so exclusively about science and sociology. He's a very good writer. I may have mentioned http://gladwell.com/2000/2000_10_30_a_pitchman.htm[this articl...
Gladwell's not so badRelevance: 1
Posted by: AJ 9:33am, Tuesday, 24 November 2009
You're right. I think I was a little too harsh -- he does find fantastic examples. In that sense, he's a great distiller, but not a great synthesizer. So at the very least he provides you with...
Gladwell fanRelevance: 1
Posted by: Jonathan 4:27pm, Monday, 23 November 2009
Thanks, AJ. I'm glad you didn't add, "however you wildly overstate your empirical case."

I agree with your criticism of Gladwell. Taking his book Blink as an example, I'm no m...

Gladwell fan?Relevance: 1
Posted by: AJ 2:50pm, Monday, 23 November 2009
That was a work of minor genius right there! =)

I'm curious as to why you're such a Gladwell fan. The first few times I read his articles, I was impressed and entertained. Then I read one o...

My take on Gladwell's rebuttalRelevance: 1
Posted by: Jonathan 2:24pm, Saturday, 21 November 2009
I also really liked the review. I'm definitely a Gladwell fan, but I thought the criticism, not just the praise, was right on. I was disappointed by Gladwell's rebuttal on the issue of predict...
Chris Dodd wants to make it opt-inRelevance: 1
Posted by: mmc 11:37am, Tuesday, 22 September 2009
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/09/20/AR2009092002879.html?hpid=topnews
Dahlia Lithwick weighs inRelevance: 1
Posted by: AJ 10:12pm, Tuesday, 8 September 2009
http://www.slate.com/id/2227222/
(no subject)Relevance: 1
Posted by: ccho 10:57am, Wednesday, 5 August 2009
Well there goes my plan to collect ketchup, salt, and pepper packets and sell them for millions.
great articleRelevance: 1
Posted by: manu_s 10:24am, Friday, 12 June 2009
(no subject)Relevance: 1
Posted by: ccho 2:02pm, Monday, 13 April 2009
I thought a recent episode of South Park offered a pretty good very high-level summary of the aforementioned derivatives ;)
An interview with Matt Taibbi about this articleRelevance: 1
Posted by: AJ 7:46pm, Friday, 10 April 2009
From Democracy Now
More good onesRelevance: 1
Posted by: AJ 2:30pm, Monday, 12 January 2009
http://www.slate.com/id/2208132/
Modern surfacesRelevance: 1
Posted by: AJ 9:08am, Sunday, 11 January 2009
I think that's why the article recommends a (way overpriced) shoe with that's basically a moccasin with a puncture-resistant sole.
hazards of modern surfacesRelevance: 1
Posted by: cog 7:18pm, Thursday, 8 January 2009
Yes, that's all fine and well, but modern sidewalks have broken bottles, syringes, crack vials, and rusty nails (just to name a few things) and I don't care how tough and calloused your soles ...
and your mother, tooRelevance: 1
Posted by: mmc 9:16am, Thursday, 8 January 2009
Ha, I was just about to post this. The art is just as interesting as the text.
(no subject)Relevance: 1
Posted by: ccho 6:41am, Monday, 29 December 2008
Darn, I should have held out to work at a bank after I came back to the US because then I could have lived for years (in NYC) off a couple years of salary and bonuses!
be a snack?Relevance: 1
Posted by: mmc 1:40pm, Tuesday, 14 October 2008
Hardly surprising that you liked that one. Anyway, a a study from UCLA that found more brain activity in experienced searchers:

http://www.cnn.com/2008/HEALTH/10/14/google.brain/index.html

Can&...

A 2003 article from one of the HCI greats....Relevance: 1
Posted by: ckarlof 4:55pm, Monday, 13 October 2008
which anticipates this and argues that sites should be designed with this in mind:

http://www.useit.com/alertbox/20030630.html