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What We Get Wrong About Information When Deciding

Beware of the metagame

On the 9th of August 1940, Winston Churchill issued a memo to the government. Its title was a simple one and featured one word; brevity.

Winston explains the war cabinet has to read a mass of papers. Nearly all were far too long. He highlighted the time it wasted, and the energy it took to seek out the essential…



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