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Rory Sutherland
Vice Chairman, Ogilvy & Mather Group The Spectator's Wiki Man.
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Ole Peters Feb 14
OED: publish, v. t. Hide behind a privately owned paywall. Synonym: privatize. Example: our paper was privatized in Nature.
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Rory Sutherland Feb 17
Sandwich Bay. Live, believe it or not. N 51°16'34.9392" E 1°22'56.9136"
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Ogilvy Change Feb 13
Early bird tickets on sale soon! Sign up to the mailing list to be the first to hear:
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Rory Sutherland Feb 15
51.225919 1.402699 N 51°13'33.3084" E 1°24'9.7164"
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Rory Sutherland Feb 15
I'm intrigued to see what effect credit card payment has on tipping in London taxis. Less rounding up, surely, but what else?
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Rory Sutherland Feb 15
"Je ne regrette rien" is surely evidence of adaptive preference formation.
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Tim den Heijer Feb 15
I just started a playlist of cognitively : The Sounds of Bias Care to join me, and everyone else?
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Doug Garnett Feb 15
Must read. Modern tech: “At their worst, they take some existing operation, define its function very narrowly, strip it of anything not essential to this one function and then engineer an automated replacement, thereby destroying what we valued about its predecessor"
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Rory Sutherland Feb 15
This week's Wiki Man via the Spectator app
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Rory Sutherland Feb 12
Replying to @InboundAscend
Very funny indeed. I'm enjoying the whole thing even though I don't know the first thing about it!
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Rory Sutherland Feb 12
These BBC snowboarding commentators are either a) hardcore experts or b) just making this shit up.
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Rory Sutherland Feb 12
Replying to @danbenyork @pete_dyson
My Virgin train to Brum only had coach A (Std Class) as a quiet coach.
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Dan Bennett Feb 10
Interesting bias in research here? 8% want quiet carriages in first class, but 80% don’t want to lose them? Loss aversive frame affecting this result perhaps?
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Nicholas Gruen Feb 11
Pretty cool graph
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Rory Sutherland Feb 10
Makes sense: context drives credibility for at least three reasons. 1) Premium sites won't carry any old bollocks; 2) they cost more and 3) assumed broader audience for ad changes nature of promise.
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Ogilvy Change Feb 9
NUDGESTOCK IS BACK! 8th June 2018. Sign up here:
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Ole Peters Feb 9
Is prospect theory a result of Menger? Bernoulli 1738 made a mistake, Laplace 1814 corrected it, Menger 1934 re-introduced it. Von Neumann and Morgenstern 1944 (wisely) ignored Menger, Samuelson 1977 (wrongly) endorsed Menger. -> economics doesn't know what it means by utility.
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Rory Sutherland Feb 8
Fab to see this new podcast from BBH Labs.
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Kate Pennell Feb 7
Let's hope we do. BBC News - UK 'could adopt' Norway bottle recycling system
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Mark Blyth Feb 6
Thought for the day: Let's say rising wages cause inflation panic cause equity crash. So we have built a system where stability is a function of wage stagnation, and growth can only happen in assets, never in wages? Yeah - that'll work for most people...
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