« Will Wilkinson on happiness | Main | The politics of happiness »

Friday, May 26, 2006

Comments

paul

Even when they are proved wrong, they’re unrepentant. That's why bloggers are important to spread the word for we cannot rely on Thomas Friedmans of the world to tell us the truth.

http://truckandbarter.com/mt/archives/2006/05/evolution_of_a.html

claus vistesen

This is an important contribution to the world of econ-blogging. I can only Second Thoma's thoughts and I really do think that blogging, as it has evolved among economists with an internet presence, is a testament to the power of knowledge sharing on the internet.

celebrities exposed

Blogs are good thing because people can talk directly to each other.

cheap chanel watches

I wish they'd hold back, and make us want it a bit more.

nike free

I broadly agree with each of these five points. Blogs certainly can add value - though we should remember they can also manifest less attractive behaviours too. It's a pity Mark didn't also cover some of those negatives. As he writes:

Asics Tiger

I agree with you ,your saying is very good!

Brand Bikinis

I remember a few years ago when you could get a steal on a used car. Pretty amazing how fast the market changes, thanks for the info.

Christian Louboutin Outlet

This is a great post and makes me think of where I can fit in. I do a little bit of everything mentioned here and I guess I have to find my competitive advantage

Soccer Shoes

I have wanted to write something like this on my blog and you gave me an idea. Thank you.

The comments to this entry are closed.

Information




  • TEST


  • Subscribe in NewsGator Online

Economist Weblogs

Disclaimer


  • This is a personal web site, produced in my own time and solely reflecting my personal opinions. Statements on this site do not represent the views or policies of my employer, past or present, or any other organisation with which I may be affiliated. The information on this site is provided for discussion purposes only, and are not investing recommendations. Under no circumstances does this information represent a recommendation to buy or sell securities.