A comment on the last piece prompts this tiny lesson in microeconomics. “Corruption is one big pain point in the economic growth of a country. I have this funny idea but would like your inputs from an economists perspective. If… Read More ›
Month: February 2017
We humans instinctively categorize, especially people. We are amateur primitive set-theoreticians. There are infinite ways to categorize people since humans have a humongous number of characteristics. Consider the categories of people who award prize and people who win prizes. In… Read More ›
A comp sci joke claims that there are 10 kinds of people: those who understand binary numerals and those who don’t. Being a former computer science student myself, I find it tickles my funny bone.
I tell you, kids these days . . .