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.
He bases his brilliant reasoning on “-rumors”- and total ignorance of the participation inequality law.
Another academic fella who would be better off researching his topic before blogging on something he does not master.
Previous blog posts by Chris F. Masse:
- Inkling Markets bring in awards, honors, advisors, and new clients —leaving competition in the dust.
- No need of enterprise prediction markets to boost intra-corporation communication
- Inkling Markets is included in the 2008 list of “Cool Vendors” by Gartner.
- BetFair-TradeFair has won its second Queen’s Award for Enterprise in its eight-year history.
- Inkling Markets is one of the “Hot Companies To Watch In 2008”, according to Forrester.
- Plenty of great news coming from Inkling Markets in the coming weeks
- ??? charity-driven prediction markets OR social issue prediction markets ???
THE MIDAS ORACLE READERS WOULD BE HIGHLY INTERESTED IN ANY BLOG POST POINTING TO ANY BRAND-NEW PREDICTION MARKET PAPER.
Feel free to write any blog post linking to a brand-new paper. No need to write a novel-long text —-5 sentences and a link is more than enough. Takes less than 5 minutes to write a short blog post, and you will be seen by millions (if not billions) of prediction market-thirsty readers.
Thanks. Appreciated. Will make up to you.
Psstt…- There are some decerebrated idiots (like John “-phoney”- Baloney and some of the rascals who give him 2,500 bucks per speaker seat) who criticize me behind my back as being too focused on some areas and not others. MIDAS ORACLE .ORG is actually a user-created publication, so if somebody thinks that one sub-field is not covered, it’-s up to him/her to write something on it. I have only ten fingers- I’-m doing all I can. I have empowered 90 blog authors, in all —-the workload should be shared among many shoulders, not just mine. The champ des possibles has been defined quite broadly —-we are about prediction markets, but we are interested in all peripheral matters, and God knows it’-s quite a huge understatement. As I said, every aspect of life could be turned into an event derivative, and the prediction markets can excite our curiosity on science, technology, technology business, geo-political matters, economic and finance stuff, legal news, major sports events, etc.
The e-mail interview with Ken Kittlitz is being downloaded like crazy —-we will repeat the operation with other consenting victims. With always the same purpose in mind: getting to the truth, real quick. Which means pissing off two or three decerebrated idiots in the process —-I take it as a badge of honor.
Read the last blog posts by Chris Masse:
- Copyright Notice —2007 Edition — REDUX – January 29th, 2007
- How to publish a high-quality prediction market blog – January 29th, 2007
- WTO rules against US in Internet gambling case. – REDUX – January 29th, 2007
- 2 bits of advice for the newbie bloggers or webmasters – January 29th, 2007
- NYT’s snippet on InTrade and HedgeStreet – January 28th, 2007
- Derivatives are hot. – January 28th, 2007
- US crackdown on Internet gambling and betting – January 28th, 2007
- TradeSports-InTrade website problems – January 28th, 2007
- Copyright Notice —2007 Edition – January 27th, 2007
- iPhone: Will Apple settle with Cisco? – January 27th, 2007
- The Question That Kills —Inkling Markets Edition – January 27th, 2007
- US Politician to Watch: US Senator James Webb (Dem) – January 27th, 2007