• The Nash Equilibrium and Sunk Cost Fallacy Protect Facebook From Itself

    The Nash Equilibrium and Sunk Cost Fallacy Protect Facebook From Itself0

    Right now, the two main factors keeping Facebook’s near monopoly status are the Nash Equilibrium and the Sunk-Cost Fallacy. Under the Nash Equilibrium, players (in this case, social media users or groups of them) take into account the decisions of other players, making decisions (or refusing to) based in part on the expected decisions of

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  • The PC Crowd Goes After the Honored Dead

    The PC Crowd Goes After the Honored Dead0

    I recently picked up an old novel by author Maud Hart Lovelace entitled Emily of Deep Valley. Having read Lovelace’s celebrated Betsy-Tacy series for children and young adults a number of years ago, I expected a fun, carefree story that would offer a reprieve from heavy reading. But while the story was an easy read,

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  • Minnesota Special Needs Teacher Resigns After Posting ‘Kill Kavanaugh’ Tweet

    Minnesota Special Needs Teacher Resigns After Posting ‘Kill Kavanaugh’ Tweet0

    Neetu Chandak A Minnesota teacher resigned after posting a tweet on Saturday asking who would “take one for the team” and kill Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. Pictures of the tweet coming from the name @lookitsSammm are circulating across social media. The unnamed teacher resigned voluntarily from Intermediate School District 917 in Rosemount, Minnesota, according to a press

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