Illustration for New York Times Magazine by National Lampoon art director and freelance illustrator Michael Gross. Foreground figures depict, left to right, secondhand hip slang, outdated hip slang, and bona fide up-to-date hip slang.
That's funny, kind of like Wired's old "wired/tired/expired." I'm pretty sure this is the article!
Matthew Hankins catalogs 500 phrases used in scientific articles that researchers use to figleaf the fact that their results aren’t statistically significant, and to hand-wave-away the fact that they’re publishing anyway.
Kathryn Cramer writes, “Jesse Friedman, age 14, has developed some code for getting Wolfram Language to tell a few jokes. Although most of WL’s jokes are not funny, the generative language tools are an interesting toy.”
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