Archive for category: Freakonomics


Freakonomics actually covers my work on gay money. Funny how no one else in the mainstream press, including gay papers, has


What Levitt and Dubner write in Freakonomics about child restraints just is not accurate or specific enough




By his own admission, I estimate the figure is $200,000 to $300,000 a year


If teams everywhere are short of bobsledders, why aren’t they looking at cripples?


Ideas for measuring accessibility


Like captioning, audio description is a field where numbers don’t tell you anything of much use


More on wymmynz in men’s hockey: Yes, height/weight is a stronger indicator than body-mass index


How do you count captioning errors? What if it’s actually impossible?

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