There's going to be a long pause on the blog. I'm going to be on vacation through the beginning of January 2015 -- I'm headed to the UK for a little over three weeks. Mostly in London and then up to Scotland for a bit. I've never been to the UK; if anyone has any travel tips, feel free to leave them in comments. Restaurant recommendations in London (we'll be staying in Pimlico) or Edinburgh are very welcome -- especially kid-friendly places.
When I get back, I'd like to start off the new year with how the predictions I've made with the information transfer model are coming along. I'm also considering switching over from Mathematica to iPython in order to more readily distribute source code to those that are interested.
And don't forget: 2015 is supposed to be the year information theory starts to have an influence on macroeconomics.
Many thanks for reading, and have a happy new year!
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