Monthly Archives: January 2018

Efforts To Make Answers Reliable Fail

Survey researchers/askers are always trying to make their always-unreliable answers reliable and always fail to do so.  Answers are always unreliable because answers are always affected/skewed by questions (e.g., wording), askers (e.g., gender affects answers), respondents (e.g., their memory), and … Continue reading

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Internet+ Effects: Making Money Online

One of the effects of Internet+ is the increasing the ability of people  to making money online.  In a Chicago Tribune article, it’s pointed out that many ways of making money–e.g., marketing–can be digitalized. And there are many virtual positions in … Continue reading

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