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Hi! I’m Alistair. I write surprisingly useful books, run unexpectedly interesting events, & build things humans need for the future.

Tag: benford’s law

  • Interrupting gracefully

    As we’ve seen, in an information-rich world, attention is a precious commodity. One reason Google is successful is that it has positioned itself as an exchange between money and attention—more attention gives you a better ranking, which means more money; paid ads buy you more attention. That means that in order to survive, you have to […]