Who are the globally known media dragons and other famous people and what do they do?
Not all views or incentives are created equal, Patel's new study suggests. "The design of the incentive is critical to its success," he says. "It has to do with how our brains are wired. We know from a lot of research that people are irrational, but they're predictably irrational. They tend to be more motivated by losses than gains," Patel said. So, the stick.
"New meaning to the phrase 'tax court jesters'":Yesterday's edition of The Philadelphia Daily News contained an editorial that begins, "Justice is supposed to be blind, but here in Pennsylvania, why does it have to be deaf and dumb, too?"
There's bullshit and then there's certainties of taxing lives: arguments, data, articles that have a veneer of truth and seem plausible, but aren't...
The Australian Taxation Office is looking to upgrade its agency-wide ideas management system, creating a new version that sounds something like an internal social network for innovation and collaboration.
New York Times, Walt Bettinger of Charles Schwab: You’ve Got to Open Up to Move Up:
Famous Scientists have discovered how to ‘delete’ unwanted memories Telegraph A major plot device in Vernor Vinge’s A Deepness in the Sky