Paul Krugman, our most recent Nobel Laureate in economics* has pointed out that while productivity isn't everything, in the long run it’s almost everything. As, on average, labour becomes more productive then for each hour of work there are more things made, meaning more things to share around. Rising productivity is thus the …
@ Mark (then I call quits)
"Takes a lot less work than finding the flaws."
You whimp! As every hard-core geek knows, finding the flaws is all the fun. ;-)
Now, as it seems to be only you and me in this thread, I propose we postpone this interesting discussion.
See you in other Comment threads.
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