1998: The growth of the Internet will slow drastically, as the flaw in “Metcalfe’s law”–which states that the number of potential connections in a network is proportional to the square of the number of participants–becomes apparent: most people have nothing… Read moreWho said this?
Ezra Klein writes: But it was a compromise that said something bad about our political system, not something good: It said we’re operating without a clear theory of what’s gone wrong in the economy, or how to fix it. My… Read moreIncoherence
Riffing off of Greg Mankiw’s comments – I think UI is probably a good thing, all things considered – I think that it is very possible for hard-working, honest folks to need some financial support during hard times. But Dr…. Read morerandom thought about unemployment insurance
I am a happy follower of the Gormogons, but I must disagree with at least one of the statements in this list: 3. Despite liberal claims, unemployment benefits are not stimulative. You are taking from the working, whether through the… Read moreYour goldfish bowl is too small