I’ve been taking the past few days and building an Index for the my “101” book. It is painstaking, meticulous…well, excruciatingly dull work. But it’s nearly done.
This is slowing me down from posting new entries here.
One that I especially want to get to was suggested by reader Mike D and a May issue of the Economist. Can all risks be quantified? Can all probabilities be quantified?
The answer, perhaps surprisingly, is no. It’s surprising if you hang out in statistics and economics departments. Places with far too much math and far too little philosophy.
Anyway, book should be done “soon.” End of the month?
Stay tuned so you can be the first one on your block to own a copy.