tired.com in the WSJ

I was pretty excited that Vauhini Vara of the Wall Street Journal asked me to talk to her about tired.com a couple of months back. I'm even more excited that the story was in the paper yesterday (subscription required) and is available syndicated online today.

Those who read Paul's piece in Slate a couple of years back will know the general outlines of the project, but Vauhini fills in details, updates it and presents a fresh analysis. I'm super flattered. Thank you, Vauhini!

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