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Monday, May 02, 2005

Ted Frank

Ted Frank is a fascinating person with a strong interest in sports, economics, restaurants, and the law. He and I first "met" on the old internet newsgroup "", where many of us discussed and debated the early ideas in sabremetrics, the precursors to what has come to be known as "Moneyball."

Ted has been blogging for quite some time at Overlawyered, to which I have linked several times since I started The Eclectic Econoclast. And now Ted has his own, personal blog, Lagniappe, which covers a broader range of his interests. It is sure to become a "must-read" for many of us who have enjoyed his work over the past decade or more.

For those curious about the meaning of "lagniappe", click here [I was and did].
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