… won’t hurt you, honest.
– Lynne Kiesling reports on a Chicago restaurant with an interesting approach to pricing. It sounds good to me. I like the idea of being able to get good food at a lower price because otherwise the posh restaurant would be half empty on a Wednesday night.
– Doug Elliott finds a very succinct explanation as to why information overload is such a pain (and spam so annoying).
– And at The Economist they are talking about the influence of tribalism on economic behavior. It seems that human beings are not rational after all (doh!). I’m pleased that people other than political demagogues are starting to think about this, but at the same time I worry that understanding it better is only going to allow people to manipulate us poor monkeys more efficiently.