It is the sort of information that Nobel laureate Kenneth Arrow labeled
"socially useless but privately valuable." It doesn't help the economy produce more goods or services. It creates nothing of beauty or pleasure. It simply helps someone get a bigger slice of the pie.

With apologies to the WSJ, this article was so interesting I Furled it.


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