Glenn Harlan Reynolds: January 2002 Archives

Learning Faster

Albert Einstein once said that the most powerful force in the universe is compound interest. There's a good argument for this position, but I think that the most powerful force in the human universe is the learning curve. The... Read More

The Kass Council: Some Advice

The President's Council on Bioethics, chaired by Professor Leon Kass, is now up and running. Having served on a White House advisory committee myself (back under the prior Bush Administration) and having watched others succeed and fail, I have... Read More

The Comfy-Chair Revolution

I've noticed a gradual change in public surroundings over the past few years, and I think it's driven in part by personal technology. Unlike the hard, unappealing settings of traditional retail space (ground rule: "get 'em in, get their... Read More

A Technological Reformation

Big journalism is in trouble, and big journalists don't like it. They occasionally go public with their views, as in Washington Post columnist Richard Cohen's tirade against reader email last spring. But most of their complaints are shared only... Read More

Rocket to Nowhere

Life on Earth was a total waste, I don't care if I'm lost in space, I'm on a rocket to nowhere! Webb Wilder actually wrote these words to describe the drawbacks of a swinging-single lifestyle, but they apply all too... Read More

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