Sunday, January 10, 2010

Why so few comments?

I sometimes wonder whether anyone reads my blog as I get so few comments. Maybe I will adopt the strategy suggested by this cartoon!

The One Thing Internet Cant Ignoere

8 Comments:

Blogger BaldevSBilkhu said...

Hi,

Im currently studying an MSc that I'm struggling to come terms with! Long story! But, as a result, i'm trying to understand the Taylor Series Expansion... I'm finding it very difficult. Have you done a blog previously that details the Taylor Series but in a more simplistic view? Reading books and searching online, i find that the technecalities are very off-putting! In a sense that, I'm trying to get my head around it all! ARGHHH!

5:14 AM  
Blogger JJ Saenz said...

We enjoy it, we enjoy it! especially Heteroskedasticity blues! (which we get from time to time!)

Do give it a meta-think who your audience is and how to connect with more people... there might be more you can do than wait for the blog to be found. And the more readers the merrier! (and more interesting comments will come your way).

5:27 PM  
Blogger Joachim said...

Hey,

just stumbled over your lovely Econometric Poetry and wanted to let you know that there are some German soul mates.

Here is the our (University of Tübingen) contribution to Econometric Poetry

http://www.wiwi.uni-tuebingen.de/cms/lehrstuhl-homepages/econometrics-statistics-and-empirical-economics/research/econometric-poetry.html

Except for one poem (in German) the poems are in English.

Keep up the good work

Joachim

Joachim Grammig
Professor of Econometrics
University of Tuebingen
Germany

11:40 AM  
Blogger Joachim said...

Hey,

just stumbled over your lovely Econometric Poetry and wanted to let you know that there are some German soul mates.

Here is the our (University of Tübingen) contribution to Econometric Poetry

http://www.wiwi.uni-tuebingen.de/cms/lehrstuhl-homepages/econometrics-statistics-and-empirical-economics/research/econometric-poetry.html

Except for one poem (in German) the poems are in English.

Keep up the good work

Joachim

Joachim Grammig
Professor of Econometrics
University of Tuebingen
Germany

11:41 AM  
Blogger Sheetal said...

Oh..sure, continue writing....we read your blog but there's so little to add in the comments most times that it's often futile.

10:54 AM  
Blogger Sheri said...

blog with less random error!!!

7:38 AM  
Blogger H said...

Hey Guy!

I'm from La Paz, BOLIVIA. I love econometrics & statistics -I've a Master degree in statistics in Alcala's University (Spain)- and i've reading your blog once and then for around 2 years, so keep writing we are here!

7:51 AM  
Blogger Dave Giles said...

Guy: Just love it - keep it up!

Dave Giles
Dept. of Economics
Univesity of Victoria
Canada

11:01 AM  

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