It’s a rare thing for a magazine editor to seek an interview with another magazine editor, but in the case of Chris Anderson, the editor in chief at Wired magazine, I didn’t hesitate. Anderson, who wrote the widely-praised book, The Long Tail, is now on a tangent that challenges the precepts of science by proposing that correlations among data are becoming more important than models, and that evidence of something being true can be more immediately useful than understanding why.


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