Matuschak on Apple Vision Pro; þe political gender gap among þe young; Marques Brownlee on Apple Vision Pro; Yglesias on the true meaning of "content of þeir character", Lynley on Apple's long-run...
That Brian Klass thing is really good.
Speaking of thick causality, what are the short- and long-term implications of the ideological gender gap among young people? (I don't have data but I suspect it's global, for some meanings of "conservatism"; after all, a male-dominated gender hierarchy is an intrinsic part of pretty much all variations I'm aware of regardless of the other hierarchies at play).
Long-term it looks like a good thing, but in the short term I wonder if we're not going to see disenfranchisement attempts aimed explicitly (or by correlation) at young women as the cohort becomes more important as a voting pool.
Maybe Mr. Klaas is providing a partial answer to why we have at best only slouched toward utopia but not achieved it?
Anstey: Like all prognosticators, I'd like to know what his model. What does he assume the Fed will be doing?