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Gormley: Conservatives and lessons from Freakonomics

Seeing the guys behind the Freakonomics phenomenon has been on my wish list. And at a conference in the U.S. this week, they did not disappoint. 568 more words

Stephen Harper

'Freakonomics' Author Springs for $5.4M Emery Roth Co-op

After a certain point, if you haven’t gotten to them yet, certain cultural items tend to lose their appeal, or at least the sense of urgency they had when they seemed a bit more, well, relevant. 297 more words

Sixty Books

Back in October, I picked up a copy of Stephen King’s On Writing that had been sitting on my bookshelf for years. 1,362 more words


my fucking job.

i could say a lot of things about my job. For right now, I’d like to clarify that even the sweetest people can turn if you accidentally step on their toes. 397 more words

What is the best advice/feedback you have ever received?

As I was again reading When to Rob a Bank (if you can’t tell, I’m a big Freakonomist), I came upon a section describing what the best advice Stephen Dubner had received. 230 more words

Stephen Dubner

Let's Get Right Into It

I know this is the first post, and instead of explaining what the site is about (you can see the About page for that), I’m going to get right into the deep end. 239 more words

Stephen Dubner


This week I began learning about podcasting in my Journalism 2.0 course. I was excited to learn about the topic because I often pass by the “ 645 more words

Journalism 2.0