Yesterday, Alex Tabarrok blogged about what his 6-year-old son thought of Robin Hanson’-s party:
It was like this:
“-Blah, blah, blog. My blog, blah, blah, blah. Blog, blah, blog.”-
That was hilarious enough. But Robin Hanson added that funny comment:
blah blah blah my kid blah blah blah
A 6-year-old report about how he enjoyed being invited at Robin Hanson’-s party —-boring like hell.
Makes me think that the field of prediction markets should research more on data visualization. Kids like great visuals. Boisterous blogging adults haven’-t computed that, yet. When’-s the last time you saw great visuals at Marginal Revolution or Overcoming Bias?
Think data visualization, folks.
Bo Cowgill reads some blogs on that topic, I believe. He could give us some good links, one day.
UPDATE: Mike Linksvayer’-s take on the Robin Hanson incident the Marginal Revolution post. (See also Mike’-s comment, below.)