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Mathew Yglesias

Mathew Yglesias gets some attention this week.

What makes Matt worth noting ?

He's mildly ingratiating, sometimes merely diplomatic; and he shows the education and writing ability to articulate the practical consensus of his readers.

On the downside, he moves is blog every six months, to the American Prospect, Tapped, Atlantic, to ThinkProgress; maybe he should just park it on Xanga.

More on the triumph of concensus articulation over expertise, via Eric Falkenstein:
Why leaders arent smart;
Michael Lewis misses again
where intellects get their intuition
Paul Krugman's humor reveals.


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