My intent wasn't to make generalizations about Harvard students — I share your complaint about broad brushes. But I do think there's a general structural problem that affects all students, whether they're the kindest and most selfless kid at the school or the biggest jackass. Everyone there is different, but everyone…
Years ago, he did an article embracing and explaining sabermetrics (pretty clearly, too) well before most other writers got in the game, and has continued to be pretty evangelical about them since. He's hardly one of the two most important people, but he's also far from insignificant.
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Haha. I'm bi, slovenly dressed, and have never waxed anything in my life. I was closeted until last year in part because of bullshit like this. As a teenager I forced myself to act in a masculine way so no one would be suspicious. Even in some parts of the gay community, there's a stigma against femininity because…
They are not.
No problem, thank you.
Thanks! What software did you use?
You will. I just need to finish getting them all into a spreadsheet.
The Information by James Gleick. It's about the cultural and scientific history of information and information theory. He gets into the nuts and bolts a bit, but it's a good read even if you skim those parts.
It's coming, don't you worry.
Oh my god.