Hypothesis Testing II

So, in response to a suggestion (thanks, Kurt) that I cast my net wider, on Monday last I posted the link to my original Hypothesis Testing entry on my Twitter feed. That resulted in NO additional hits. I guess I’ll just have continue to wallow in luxurient obscurity.


2 Responses to “Hypothesis Testing II”

  1. Kurt Says:

    Most scientists and artists toil in obscurity. Maybe the former need agents, too. (I smell a satire of the best kind–the kind closest to truth.)

  2. Kurt Says:

    I think social media is a catch-22 when it comes to promotion. There’s other things I think of social media, but they aren’t printable in a civilized, beer stain-free blog like this.

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