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Intriguing: ATMs Actually Increased The Demand For Tellers »

The number of bank teller jobs did not decrease as the ATMs were rolled out…

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Stunning: More Than Half of U.S. Pregnancies Are Unintended »

Unintended pregnancies cost American taxpayers $21 billion each year…

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Chromebook Stats: Every Sixth Laptop Sold Is A Google Chromebook »

Solid gain in market share for a relatively new entrant…

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Which Currency Has Fallen 70 Percent Since 2014? »

Ukraine didn't have the dollars to prop up its currency for very long…

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The subconscious has a natural tendency to be scared of complexities. It needs to be trained to behave otherwise. …

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Why Isn’t Someone Building This Service? »

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Sometimes, you will see that users of some popular product/service are “inventing” new uses for existing features, to help them…

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Stunning: The U.S. Has More Jails Than Colleges »

There are about 4,599 degree granting institutions in the US, and more than 5000 jails…

January 10, 2015 1:37 am / No Comment / Read More »

Middle Class Canadians Earn More Than Middle Class Americans »

The poor in much of Europe also earn more than poor Americans…

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It Is More Difficult To Get Into Wal-Mart Than Harvard »

Ivy league schools are selective. Far more selective, in today's economy, are firms that can actually pay you a salary.…

March 30, 2014 3:53 pm / No Comment / Read More »
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How Mission critical is your project? »

The parameters that developers look for when choosing an assignment is fast changing…

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The ‘What Customers Need’ Fallacy

Starting with what customers need is a very bad starting point.…

September 30, 2013 12:47 am / Read More »
Reverse Engineering

‘StackOverFlow For X’ : Why It Is A Very Bad Idea

Programming is a unique profession in many ways…

August 5, 2013 2:30 am / Read More »
LUDIC FALLACY dollar

The Revenue Model Will Take Care Of Itself

Pick a process and build something to make it more efficient.…

September 5, 2013 12:42 am / Read More »
NARRATIVE FALLACY Confused

Paul Graham Vs Albert Einstein

Maybe research and business are two different things, after all?…

October 12, 2013 12:51 am / Read More »
Problem of induction

Life Has Huge Amplification Effects

Life is just a demonstration of amplification effects and nothing more…

December 27, 2012 8:55 am / Read More »
Confirmation Error

‘Polarize People’

You can either dig a hole that's broad but shallow, or one that's narrow and deep, like a well…

December 23, 2012 8:21 am / Read More »
Distortion Of Past

Twitter Killed RSS. Period.

The whole long tail RSS thing? it's just a hashtag. The Twitter API will take care of the rest.…

March 27, 2013 8:22 am / Read More »
ROUND-TRIP FALLACY

“What Happens When The Phone Size Changes?”

Write down your assumptions, and play around with what could change.…

December 16, 2012 1:14 pm / Read More »

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