Previously: The truth about prediction markets
Previously: The truth about prediction markets
I made a typo in the title of each of my 2 previous blog posts about polls versus prediction markets. (The content of those blog posts featured the correct spelling, fortunately.)
And thanks to the “-research scientist”- who spotted the typo.
IMPORTANT UPDATE REGARDING THE INCIDENT.
Somebody did set up a website making a fool of me. Searching who is behind this turned out the IP address of the NewsFutures server —-but Emile Servan-Schreiber is as innocent as a lamb because this data was in fact fudged by the attacker (so as to wrongly put the blame on NewsFutures). It might well be the same thing for the IP that connected to comment here.
Did the attacker try to pin it on, not just one, but *two* prediction market software vendors?
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– The truth about prediction markets
Thanks. Appreciated. I will make up to you.
These bloggers have already linked to it:
– Professor Mike Giberson-
– Professor Andrew Gelman-
– Barry Ritholtz (the #1 Wall Street blogger)-
– JusTrade Blog-
– BetFair Predicts-
– Betting @ BetFair.
If you e-mail me a link, lately, and you didn’-t see me posting it on Midas Oracle, then that could mean that I lost your link. Sorry for that. I suffered 2 computer craches, lately. My e-mails are OK, but I lost all of my recent bookmarks.
– Thanks to my readers.
– Thanks to InTrade, BetFair, NewsFutures, HubDub, etc.
– Thanks to Robin Hanson, David Pennock, Lance Fortnow, Jason Ruspini, Mike Giberson, David Perry, Adam Siegel, Emile Servan-Schreiber, Nigel Eccles, Chris Hibbert, Panagiotis Ipeirotis, George Tziralis, Eric Zitzewitz, Koleman Strumpf, Mike Linksvayer, etc.
– Thanks to WordPress, FireFox, Google, Wikipedia, etc.
Tom W. Bell – Tom Bell – Post Archive at Midas Oracle – (Post Feed) – Professor – Law (Chapman University) – Blog: Agoraphilia – California, U.S.A.
Caveat Bettor [pseudonym] – Post Archive at Midas Oracle – (Post Feed) – Event Derivative Trader – Blog: Caveat Bettor – North America
Bo Cowgill – Post Archive at Midas Oracle – (Post Feed) – Quantitative Marketing Manager – Google – Blog: Bo Cowgill – California, U.S.A.
Nigel Eccles – Post Archive at Midas Oracle – (Post Feed) – CEO – HubDub – Blog: HubDub – Scotland, United Kingdom, E.U.
Michael Giberson – Mike Giberson – Post Archive at Midas Oracle – (Post Feed) – Energy Economist (Center for Energy Commerce, Rawls College of Business, Texas Tech University) – Site: Michael Giberson – Blog: Knowledge Problem – Texas, U.S.A.
Robin Hanson – Post Archive at Midas Oracle – (Post Feed) – Professor – Economics (George Mason University) – Blogs: Overcoming Bias – Virginia, U.S.A.
Chris Hibbert – Post Archive at Midas Oracle – (Post Feed) – Software Architect (Zocalo) – Site: My Druthers – Blog: PanCrit – California, U.S.A.
Alex Kirtland – Post Archive at Midas Oracle – (Post Feed) – Internet Usability Expert – Blog: Usable Markets – New York, U.S.A.
Mike Linksvayer – Post Archive at Midas Oracle – (Post Feed) – Vice-President of Creative Commons – Blog: Mike Linksvayer – California, U.S.A.
David Pennock – Post Archive at Midas Oracle – (Post Feed) – Principal Research Scientist at Yahoo! – Yahoo! Research – Blog: Odd Head – New York, U.S.A.
Jason Ruspini – Post Archive at Midas Oracle – (Post Feed) – Financial Research Analyst, Vice President at Conquest Capital Group – Blog: Risk Markets &- Politics – New York, U.S.A.
Emile Servan-Schreiber – Post Archive at Midas Oracle – (Post Feed) – CEO – NewsFutures – Blog: NewsFutures – Maryland, U.S.A. &- France, E.U.
Adam Siegel – Post Archive at Midas Oracle – (Post Feed) – CEO – Inkling Markets – Illinois, U.S.A.
Koleman Strumpf – Post Archive at Midas Oracle – (Post Feed) – Professor – Economics (University of Kansas) – Kansas, U.S.A.
George Tziralis – Post Archive at Midas Oracle – (Post Feed) – Doctoral Researcher – National Technical University of Athens – George Tziralis’-s Home Page – Site: Ask Markets – Greece, E.U.
Eric Zitzewitz – Post Archive at Midas Oracle – (Post Feed) – Professor – Economics (Dartmouth College) – Site: Zitzewitz.net – California, U.S.A.
Pssttt…- Let me know if I should make a change in a label, or add a link, or else.
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I have just done something really stupid. I accidentally deleted almost all my friends at GMAIL (except the prediction market people). I want to slap my face. If you don’-t see me anymore within Google Reader, please re-connect with me. (By defintion, I lost your e-mail address, so I cannot reconnect with you on my own.) I’-m an idiot, I know.
Folks, I have received 3 messages thru that Midas Oracle Contact Form, lately. They were all empty, so I thought they were spams killed by the Contact Form. But, in fact, the Contact Form was not working properly. (I got rid of it.)
If you have something important to tell me (since I’-m such an important person myself ), please re-send it my way using e-mail.
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Sorry for that, Nigel.
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