November 20, 2015

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Lewis Carroll had a lot in common with today’s self published authors. 150 years after Alice in Wonderland, Jan Susina takes us down the rabbit hole and into a world of mad hatters, tyrannical queens, and groundbreaking publishing.

Looking for someone to predict the future? Try a retired hydrologist. Superforecasting author Philip Tetlock explains why certain ordinary people consistently predict the future better than experts.

‘Cowboy doctors’ account for a big chunk of American healthcare spending. Research Ariel Stern explains who they are and why they’re so powerful.

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