June 5th, 2014

Economics sometimes has surprising applications. One example is the Alchian-Allen theorem, an observation that came from a footnote in an economics textbook in the 1960s about how quality demand is affected by transport costs.

You may think this has nothing to do with you, but it does, because it explains why you consume so much internet animal hilarity and so little Shakespearean seriousness. It comes down to economics. Seriously. Smart people make these choices and it is fascinating to understand why.

May 7th, 2014

Nielsen: Americans view just 17 channels despite record number to choose from

December 28th, 2013
For example, the best predictors of high intelligence include “Thunderstorms,” “The Colbert Report,” “Science,” and “Curly Fries,” whereas low intelligence was indicated by “Sephora,” “I Love Being A Mom,” “Harley Davidson,” and “Lady Antebellum.”
September 25th, 2013

Airplane and Zero Hour (the serious movie that Airplane is based on) together in one video

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September 5th, 2013

If LMFAO and Sesame Street worked together on a music video, it would look a lot like this

Ylvis - The Fox

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August 8th, 2013

Now this is how you make a memorable video to commemorate the re-launch of your company.

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July 27th, 2013

Clips from 280 movies edited together to “sing” Ice Ice Baby

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July 25th, 2013

Carlos Danger first appeared in 2011 as a Chuck Norris Fact in one of my booksThanks to    for the reminder!

Serial entrepreneur, digital experience strategist using brain science, creativity, and technology to make awesome/new/good things happen. Unrelated-but-relevant: NYT bestselling author/creator of Chuck Norris Facts.