A look at some of the history of the "sewing machine of thought".
The View from Alexandria blog discusses "Reynolds' Law". Which is this:
Subsidizing the markers of status doesn’t produce the character traits that result in that status; it undermines them.
I like my cashmere sweater a lot. But why is it so expensive? Some notes here.
Going out: cupcakes. Coming in: gourmet popcorn.
Maybe the economy is doing better than the data would suggest, if enough of us have the discretionary income to fork over $4 or $5 for a small bag.
Stout beer flavor? Jalapeno?
"Don’t think of it as duplication. Think of it as a single paper in a superposition of two quantum journals."
Yoram Bauman's latest treat.
Not quite as funny as his microeconomics talk, but that's not surprising . . . macro is nowhere near as much fun as micro.
. . . things should be fixed now. I hope.
Sorry for the inconvenience.
Professor John Palmer warns us rapidly againg folks about symptoms to take action on.
A sample of tweets from a relatively new hashtag. Examples:
Additonal variables were not considered because everyone involved is tired of working on this paper.
We tested the theory on undergraduates, because they are cheap and available.