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Spam Index, Shopping Catalog & Co. – An Introduction to Anti-Social Rationality

Do you want to be the #1 top result on Google? No, thank you. To many people this reaction might seem odd. Let me backtrack a little. Yesterday I alerted yet another person of the fact that I can see … Continue reading Continue reading

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The Greatest Retard Media Hoax is Publicity

This morning I was listening to Ravel’s “Bolero”, and as I was thinking about this post, it occurred to me that not only was the original audience shocked, calling him crazy… but also several decades ago, when the piece was … Continue reading Continue reading

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Good Titles, Bad Titles: What Title of Your Post Says About You

A couple of decades ago ( ), I did empirical research about how librarians thought about titles. Back then librarians were really the most advanced information scientists. In fact, they probably still are — except that today, people who are … Continue reading
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