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
Modern technology makes us consumers instead of creators