Why Is Love Blind?

Michael Giberson Randall Parker at FuturePundit discusses research that suggests that being in love makes it harder for a person to assess the degree of emotional involvement of other couples. As he puts it: People who were in love and other people who were not in love were asked to view film clips of couples … More Why Is Love Blind?More Why Is Love Blind?

�And Then Came Something Listeners Hadn�t Heard Before�

Michael Giberson So I was driving home last night, worming my way through traffic and punching buttons on the radio trying to find something to listen to. One of the buttons produced some brand of Latin pop, which surprised me since I hadnt programmed any such station into the radio. But I just cursed at … More �And Then Came Something Listeners Hadn�t Heard Before�More �And Then Came Something Listeners Hadn�t Heard Before�

Networks As Regulators And West Coast Jazz

Michael Giberson In Regulation by Network, Amitai Aviram explains how opportunistic behavior is disciplined when markets are networked, and how regulation in networked worlds differs from regulation by private enforcement of contracts or regulation by government. This article came to mind last night as I was reading Dana Gioias Fallen Western Star, his account of … More Networks As Regulators And West Coast JazzMore Networks As Regulators And West Coast Jazz

Networks As Regulators And West Coast Jazz

Michael Giberson In Regulation by Network, Amitai Aviram explains how opportunistic behavior is disciplined when markets are networked, and how regulation in networked worlds differs from regulation by private enforcement of contracts or regulation by government. This article came to mind last night as I was reading Dana Gioias Fallen Western Star, his account of … More Networks As Regulators And West Coast JazzMore Networks As Regulators And West Coast Jazz