If you read up on economics, you know that finding the value of utilityis one of the core, elusive bits folks would like to be able to calculate; if they could, they’d be able to predict with fair accuracy how markets will react to a given phenomenon. Piers Steel, a professor from Univ. of Calgary, has factored in procrastination. Neat!

Link: [A formula for procrastination CNET News.com](http://news.com.com/A+formula+for+procrastination/2100-1008_3-6149636.html?tag=nefd.lede “A formula for procrastination CNET News.com”). [via]

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23 January 2007