Good Morning America, How Are Ya?

Just in case you weren't sitting inside on this beautiful late-summer morning watching television over your breakfast bagel, you can see today's Good Morning America segment on the Freakonomics paperback, here.

Freak Morning America

We wanted to let you know that Dubner is scheduled to appear on Good Morning America this Thursday, Aug. 27.

Dubner on “The Motto”

As discussed earlier, Dubner went on Good Morning America today to talk about the motto contest that ran on this blog. Here’s the proof.

The Motto Goes Mainstream

I am scheduled to appear on Good Morning America this coming Monday, April 14, sometime after 8:00 a.m. E.D.T., to talk about a subject that was born on this blog: our contest to pick a new six-word motto for the U.S.

Answer Interruptus

Yesterday, I wrote here that I was scheduled to appear on Good Morning America today to talk about an issue that’s virtually absent from the presidential campaign. You responded in force with guesses about what the issue is, and several of you guessed right. But there is a reason I used that phrase, “scheduled to […]

Shangri-La Diet, Revisited

Stephen Dubner was on Good Morning America this morning to talk about Seth Roberts, self-experimentation, and the Shangri-La Diet. Those of you seeking more information can read the original Times column here, background info here, and Roberts’s own contributions to the Freakonomics blog here and here and here and here and here and here. If […]

What makes people search for Freakonomics on the web?

Bill Bennett, apparently. Or was it Good Morning America? Or World News Tonight? Or an ad in USA Today? Causality is not always easy to identify. The following chart, kindly supplied by Bill Tancer from www.hitwise.com, documents Freakonomics’ share of the web traffic from the millions of internet users that Hitwise tracks (and for fun, […]

Freakonomics on ABC-TV

Levitt and I are scheduled to appear on ABC’s Good Morning America tomorrow (Thu., Sept. 29), somewhere around 7:30 a.m. EDT, to talk about Freakonomics. We do have a pretty dismal record of getting bumped by breaking news, so maybe we’ll never actually appear on the airwaves chatting face-to-face with the splendid Diane Sawyer — […]