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Most highlighted passages from Juggernaut

One of the great aspects of electronic literature is the statistical information provided by linked users. Before e-book readers like the Kindle and Nook, there was no practical way to share information like commonly highlighted passages. Now, it is as … Continue reading

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Juggernaut audio book now available

We are excited to announce the release of the audio book format of Juggernaut, which is now available on Audible.com as well as on iTunes and Amazon.com. The narrator is Fred Filbrich, whose steady, authoritative voice lends well to the … Continue reading

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Author interview with Jeff Cunningham of Directorship Magazine

This spring, the author of Juggernaut was interviewed by one of the leading figures in high-level business communications today, Jeff Cunningham, founder and editor of Directorship Magazine. The introduction from the interview: The closing of the frontier in the 1890s … Continue reading

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Word frequency of the two parties

University of Chicago economist Matthew Gentzkow recently discussed a study he coauthored with Jesse Shapiro about newspaper bias with Levitt and Dubner of Freakonomics fame. They used a sample of 433 newspapers and sorted the phrases favored by Congressional Democrats and … Continue reading

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The dangers of storytelling

One interesting thing about cognitive biases – they’re the subject of so many books these days. There’s the Nudge book, the Sway book, the Blink book, like the one-title book, all about the ways in which we screw up. And … Continue reading

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Author interview with Jerry Bowyer

Great interview (minus technical difficulties) with the ever-insightful financial commentator Jerry Bowyer on The American Entrepreneur radio network: Eric Robert Morse, the author of “Juggernaut” talks with Jerry about the combination of factors that led the American economy on the … Continue reading

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Juggernaut

This is a blog dedicated to economics, politics, and modern living. It is anchored by the theory in a recently published book titled Juggernaut: Why the System Crushes the Only People Who Can Save It. The metaphor used , the … Continue reading

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Most popular passages from Juggernaut

One of the great aspects of electronic literature is the statistical information provided by linked users. Before e-book readers like the Kindle and Nook, there was no practical way to share information like commonly highlighted passages. Now, it is as … Continue reading

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Juggernaut book trailer released

Catch all the excitement on YouTube: Juggernaut Trailer Transcript: Rahm Emanuel, President Obama’s Chief of Staff at the time: You never want a serious crisis to go to waste. Text: The worst economic crisis since the 1930s. Pres. George W. … Continue reading

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The book, typographically

Here is a word cloud generated from the text of the book thanks to the good people at www.tagxedo.com. I used the total possible number of words (600) and varied the size at 140%. The result is striking. The most … Continue reading

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