In the recent New Yorker article “What the Enron E-Mails Say about Us”, Nathan Heller notes the following: The tendency to weave stories where evidence is missing is the human brain’s sustaining feature, precipitating heroic actions, senseless love, and mindless hate. Over the last decade, Heller explains, the corpus of Enron emails released to the public have become the data for a number of analyses about business etiquette and communication styles. ... Read More