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Pack light

By way of speaking of the future of online video, the Internet theorist Clay Shirky recently made some interesting observations about how increasing organizational complexity tends to lead to an inevitable collapse.

Amen to Augusta

With the Masters fast approaching, I thought I’d write a quick thought that does NOT touch on the Tiger factor.

Augusta is one of the great destination brands of sport. It is one of those venues that can have ‘the home of [insert world class event]’ appended to it.

You lie!

In a recent New York Times Op-Ed, University of Michigan political scientist and health policy researcher Brendan Nyhan explains how misperceptions linger in public knowledge, even in the presence of seemingly irrefutable information to the contrary. Evidently, we’re likely to gravitate toward information consistent with our own beliefs and to accept new claims biased to our existing views.

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