How to Save the Internet – Again

…is the title of my new piece at The American Prospect: The “Privacy is Awesome” campaign, one of the leading anti-CISPA efforts, is banking on Congress’s Memorial Day recess to encourage constituents to reach out to legislators and voice their … Continue reading

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Weekend Reading

Some common fallacies in popular understandings of neuroscience The persistence of atheists as personae non gratae in the USA Philosophy can be useful for daily guidance, even if fundamental foundational questions are unresolved The U.S. Constitution is no longer the … Continue reading

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Weekend Reading

The “expectations of privacy” standard means we get less privacy over time The “city of the confined” would be the second-largest city in the country How Roger Scruton lives “Mises wrote a thousand-page book on that. I can’t believe you … Continue reading

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Lorem Ipsum

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A man exercising on a public jungle gym in Qingdao, 10/13/10

Qingdao is a beautiful place, but the people aren’t beautiful…since the reform and opening, people have become more distant from each other emotionally; the space between them has gotten wider. In the past, you could walk up the hills in … Continue reading

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