Freakonomics on The Today Show

Levitt and Dubner will chat with NBC’s Matt Lauer on Wed., May 18, at about 8:30 a.m. E.D.T.

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  1. I watched the interview this morning on NBC.

    NBC spent 10 – 15 minutes showing AL Roker White Water Raft and crunched the interview time with Steve and Stephen.

    I suppose controversy sells; Lauer wanted to stay on Abortion Topic even after it was explained it was about the facts, not the issue.

    Hopefully people will buy the book and make their own conclusions.

    I’m sure there will be more TV interviews; guys – demand the appropriate time you deserve.

    Nice Job!

    qg

    No Conformist Knowledge Here, This Book is the “Real Thing”

    my take on book @

    http://www.qualityg.blogspot.com

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  2. 3612 says:

    Blogger(thanks, Megnut) wont let the commenter make a natural paragraph break. Perhaps this is to keep comments brief?

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  3. Anonymous says:

    Will videos of TV appearances ever be available here or is it too much of a legal hassle for that to happen.

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  4. 3612 says:

    Neat blog: the authors post here individually, but when they have something to say jointly they become the name of their book. Or maybe it is the book that’s doing the talking. The book has taken over their lives and is issuing orders: do this do that, tote that barge lift this bale.
    But mostly the talking book has the same message any bestseller would have: don’t worry, be happy.

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  5. Anonymous says:

    Will videos of TV appearances ever be available here or is it too much of a legal hassle for that to happen.

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  6. 3612 says:

    Neat blog: the authors post here individually, but when they have something to say jointly they become the name of their book. Or maybe it is the book that's doing the talking. The book has taken over their lives and is issuing orders: do this do that, tote that barge lift this bale. But mostly the talking book has the same message any bestseller would have: don't worry, be happy.

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  7. 3612 says:

    Blogger(thanks, Megnut) wont let the commenter make a natural paragraph break. Perhaps this is to keep comments brief?

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