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March 08, 2014 18:45 pm by Tanzeel Merchant
Thank you for your comment Aiman. That point is worth exploring i.e. that once someone has money things don't matter. I don't believe that's true, but perhaps for some people it is.
March 08, 2014 18:44 pm by Tanzeel Merchant
Thank you for your comment Jarrett Barrios (and apologies for a belated reply). The points you make explain why the poor in countries like India often identify as being "happy". In "accepting the hand dealt to them", they have so much in common with the conservative American that Brooks identifies a...
March 08, 2014 18:40 pm by Tanzeel Merchant
Thank you for the comment Wahed (and apologies for the very delayed reply). You make some very important points. You're right, there is value in measuring, and even more value in what we infer and do with what we find. Thanks for reading, and commenting.
March 08, 2014 18:38 pm by Tanzeel Merchant
Thank you for the compliment Anirudha. Long live the written word, and the reader of it too.
February 17, 2014 07:09 am by anirudha
Very well written, Tanzeel. Yes, publihsing will survive as long as the word is written and there is someone to read it
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