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The After Math: The rule of three

Everything's funny until you say it a fourth time.
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There's an old rule in comedy writing called the rule of three (no, not "threeves") which dictates that things in sets of three "are inherently funnier, more satisfying, or more effective." What is true for comedy, turns out, is also true for technology. This week we saw 30% older mice, Orange is the New Black getting renewed for three more years and Louis CK rounding down the price of his new web comedy to, you guessed it, $3. Numbers, numbers, numbers!

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