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How would M.M. Bakhtin PPC?

How would M.M. Bakhtin PPC?

Okay, M.M. Bakhtin isn’t quite a “philosopher” but more a half-way point between a “philosopher” and a “literary critic” but what, really, is a philosopher anyway? Who would put, “Philosopher” onto his LinkedIn (without getting laughed at for the pretentiousness of it)? Whichever he was, he was one of my favorite […]

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PPC meme fun: on Negative Keywords

PPC meme fun: on Negative Keywords

  Happy Friday Everyone! 🙂 Here’s some fun, enjoy! 

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How would Max Weber PPC? (Part II)

How would Max Weber PPC? (Part II)

We’ve previously analyzed how Max Weber would PPC, but we focused entirely on his approach towards bureaucracy. Today, we’re going to rethink Max Weber as a PPC, but using his more famous idea, that of the Protestant Work Ethic. As always with my reviews here, this is an absurdly over-simplified, […]

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PPC meme fun: on Google Ads Reps' advice

PPC meme fun: on Google Ads Reps’ advice

  Happy Thursday Everyone! Here’s some fun, enjoy 🙂 

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PPC meme fun: on Xmas week

PPC meme fun: on Xmas week

  Happy New Year Everyone! Here’s my first PPC meme of the year, enjoy! 🙂 

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PPC meme fun on Microsoft's Bing Strategy

PPC meme fun on Microsoft’s Bing Strategy

  How Microsoft tries to copy Google Ads 🙂 

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How Would Plato PPC? (Part IV)

How Would Plato PPC? (Part IV)

Continuing our series on how the great philosophers would do as PPCs, I’m returning yet again to Plato, as I’ve done three times before. Half because Plato stands so far above any other thinker–all other thinkers are just footnotes to Plato, as the philosopher’s adage goes–and half because I enjoy […]

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How would Adam Smith PPC?

How would Adam Smith PPC?

Adam Smith’s book, The Wealth of Nations–published in the same year as the American Revolution, no less!–is the book that convinced the world to scrap mercantilism and adopt more “free market” approaches. Or so we’re taught. And of course, his pin factory metaphor is still remembered as the classic example […]

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PPC meme fun: on Black Friday

PPC meme fun: on Black Friday

  Hi Everyone! How was your Black Friday? 🙂 

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How would Plato PPC? (Part III)

How would Plato PPC? (Part III)

I’ve written a few previous pieces about how Plato would PPC. Plato is the first big-time and greatest thinker in the western canon, which of course doesn’t mean he is the most correct, it just means that he cast a shadow in which all thinkers since have lived. So we […]

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How Would Friedrich Hayek PPC?

How Would Friedrich Hayek PPC?

Friedrich Hayek will always have a place in my heart. When I first read the Road to Serfdom, in my 20s, I thought it was a book of penetrating insight, and the winning example of how an intellectual could write for a mass audience. Now, too long later, I revisit […]

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