Don't believe anybody who tells you there's a formula for spending on big new ideas. There isn't.
The ways we exchange goods and services says lots about the how we interact with the people around us.
A response to Gabriel Rossman
The myth of the U-shaped 1900s
Do different sources give similar results on high-end inequality?
This is what the diffusion of innovation looks like
Every guy who has done a successful start-up somehow feels he's therefore become the philosopher-king of business
Sampling error? Omitted variable bias? Bah, that's for first-year grad students.
There is no word for "cord cutter" in Dothraki
If marketing were no issue, a case could be made that Occupy Wall Street's slogan should be, "We Are the 99.5%!"
And am I automatically a conservative for suggesting it might be?
Responding to Bain Capital executive Edward Conard, who says inequality is positive evidence that the market is rewarding good innovators
A glitch in Twitter sometimes deletes ties among users, accidentally giving you the chance to be more proactive about whether you will stay in touch.
The first rule of kidnapping insurance: Don't tell anybody you have kidnapping insurance.
Gabriel Rossman, Jim Manzi, and Scott Winship
Technology waves are big enough to shift the whole economy
"People are no damn good."
We've bought our great reputation at great risk. We're about to spend right through it
More troops predict more two-way trade between the U.S. and the host country