Tag: austerity

Predictably Powerful

From high school math to college science we go . . . I was a psych major. That had more to do with the teachers in the psych department than the psych topic itself (one great professor could make your entire college stay a good one, especially at a small […]

The Week that Last Week Was: Choosin’ Your Zoomin’

The Context: I initially published this piece as a group email in late mid-August of 2011. It was very much of-its-time, as the second week of August 2011 had been one of those high-volatility, big-fear, no-fun periods that happen in the financial markets from time to time (and, seemingly, from […]