QOTD: the convenience of online


From the blog of Harvard economist, Dani Rodrik:

An article in Sunday’s NYT magazine prompted me to look at Bryan Caplan‘s book The Myth of the Rational Voter. I haven’t read the whole book, just the bits that are online. It is a thought-provoking piece, and a god read. But I am not convinced. [Sage – Dani Rodrik’s weblog]

A small example of how online visibility and convenience are increasingly important. I was struck by how natural it sounded to turn to what is online first.

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