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January 15, 2014


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Wow! I'm not sure I understood what Keith is saying, but what I understand is that in addition to the charity industry and the philanthropy industry and--Lord knows, the academic industry--there is a wisdom industry and he's probably its Frederick Winslow Taylor.

Phil Cubeta

The demand for wisdom is relatively stagnant to declining, yet the supply increases exponentially, what with the internet and all.

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