Online health information is terrible. How can we fix it?
A jeremiad against current online health information and a proposal for fixing it
Part 2 of my New York Times investigation, where I take a close look at what kinds of articles make it to the front page.
Part 1 of a series on the New York Times, in which I take a close look at how (and when) the New York Times tests multiple headlines for a single…
Improve your life by doing things with convex payoffs
Which self-help is worth reading, and how to get the most from it
When to accept criticism and when to ignore it
When good ideas make bad business
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