The Art of Event Interpretation in Times of Uncertainty
“When we look at extraordinary accomplishments in sports – or elsewhere – we should keep in mind that extraordinary events can happen with extraordinary causes. Random events often look like nonrandom events, and in interpreting human affairs we must take care not to confuse the two.” Leonard Mlodinow, The Drunkards Walk – How Randomness Rules […]Read More
Ceci n’est pas la crise – it’s your kind of way(finding)!
Where to go if we don’t know where to go? “Where to go if we don’t know where to go?” was the title of a conference I missed earlier this year. Since their very first announcing post I am still with this question: Where do we choose to go if we have no goal defined? The tradition […]Read More