Monthly Archives: July 2010

The Economics of Blogging Redux

I just finished my blogging course offered through the Writer’s Studio section of Stanford University’s Continuing Studies program.  I’m discouraged.  Blogging takes time.  Unpaid time. A few of my blogging classmates were able to write short and sweet blog posts, … Continue reading

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Is the Shorter Wait at Joe’s a Declining Economic Indicator?

Last night, Friday, at around 7:30 p.m., we had only a 30 minute wait for our table at Joe’s of Westlake.  We found a table near the piano in the bar to wait.  Weird.  Normally, we’d have to wait about … Continue reading

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