I couldn’t let this discovery go by without recording it. So here’s a way to fold a shirt in 3 seconds flat: Japanese way of folding T-shirts!.
Malcolm Gladwell has written an interesting article in the New Yorker about the Bush Administration’s innovation to improve health care in America, known as Health Savings Accounts.
Here’s a brief excerpt:
A country that displays an almost ruthless commitment to efficiency and performance in every aspect of its economy — a country that switched to Japanese cars the moment they were more reliable, and to Chinese T-shirts the moment they were five cents cheaper — has loyally stuck with a health-care system that leaves its citizenry pulling out their teeth with pliers.
You can read the rest at The Moral-Hazard Myth.