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Choice and regret (or when there is too much jam)

(Featured image: Jarmoluk) Freedom of choice is awesome… or is it? A friend of mine attended a conference recently. It was a huge affair with thousands of participants, and – excluding special events – around 350 sessions, spread over three days. There were … Continue reading

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