Pick a year, click refresh, and TRAVEL THROUGH TIME. – YTTM shows you video from whatever year you pick. Awesome.
A list of habits to run through while problem-solving to help zero in on the answer. Great stuff!
If hindsight bias and confirmation bias had a baby, it would be the Texas Sharpshooter Fallacy. The fallacy gets its name from imagining a cowboy shooting at a barn. Over time, the side of the barn becomes riddled with holes. In some places there are lots of them, in others there are few. If the cowboy later paints a bullseye over a spot where his bullet holes clustered together it looks like he is pretty good with a gun.
links for 2010-09-13
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