Nate Silver Whinings Playbook: Why Doesn't Paul Krugman Love Him No More?
We have complex feels about Nate Silver's new data driven context providing empire, 538. We like it better than Ezra Klein's well-funded vanity project, but then Silver slatepitch hired a climate change skeptic. We're tipping fast towards unlike, however, thanks to Silver's latest column, which is an extended whine about how Paul Krugman unfriended him.
Silver starts out all neutral, the way you do when you're pretending about joking about something that pisses you off but really you are winding up to ride the wahhhmbulance about whatever distresses you.
A New York Times columnist has expressed substantially more negative sentiments about FiveThirtyEight since it left The New York Times, according to a FiveThirtyEight analysis.
The columnist, Paul Krugman, who writes about economics and politics for The Times, has referred to FiveThirtyEight or editor-in-chief Nate Silver 33 times on his blog. FiveThirtyEight classified each reference based on whether it expressed a favorable, unfavorable or neutral sentiment toward FiveThirtyEight.