rePost:Is It?:Is the Waiting Room Necessary? – Freakonomics Blog – NYTimes.com

Image via CrunchBase The problem is not waiting but actually not knowing how long the waiting would be. I think the doctor could actually try to implement gathering of patient statistics. I imagine that when you get appointments you already have a reason to go. The doctor could aggregate patient data on how long it […]

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Great Quote:Success:Quotes Uncovered: Did Emerson Define Success? – Freakonomics Blog – NYTimes.com

Cover via Amazon from freakonomics blog at nyt: “He has achieved success who has lived well, laughed often, and loved much; who has enjoyed the trust of pure women, the respect of intelligent men and the love of little children; who has filled his niche and accomplished his task; who has left the world better […]

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Learned Today: Popularity~Success:The Economic Value of Popularity – Freakonomics Blog – NYTimes.com

Image by peterjaena via Flickr Thanks to Tyler Cowen of Marginal revolutions for the pointer here, I think his points are interesting and quite valid. AS for my views.; There is a certain rhythm to interacting with people. There is a certain rhythm in being friends with people. Honestly I had to learn that whole […]

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Right To Live-Wedding Ring Freakonomics

Image via Wikipedia We must revise our views and accept they way people want to live. This is especially true for cases that does not entail an adverse effect against any thing but our sensibilities. We must not deny people the right to find their happiness if it does not directly affect our happiness in […]

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rePost : Needs to be Broadcast, Why Aren’t You Ashamed Of Yourselves!: Grasping Reality with Both Hands: Gregory Clark Is Chairman of the Department of Economics at the University of California at Davis

Image via Wikipedia Gregory Clark Is Chairman of the Department of Economics at the University of California at Davis Greg Clark writes: Dismal scientists: how the crash is reshaping economics: The current recession has revealed the weaknesses in the structures of modern capitalism. But it also revealed as useless the mathematical contortions of academic economics…. […]

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