On Wikileaks

I’ve held off posting anything about Wikileaks, as the subject’s complexity is a little daunting.  I still don’t have any polished thoughts, but I’ll offer a few unpolished ones alongside some reading recommendations: If you haven’t been following this story, check out The Beginner’s Guide to Wikileaks at The Atlantic. One of the basic aspects […]

Bad arguments against net neutrality

Net neutrality is something where my bias is so clear (in favor) that I try to be extra careful not to stake out a position before I’ve thoroughly researched the issue.  For that reason I’m still not sure what I think about it even in principle, much less the FCC’s recently proposed rules. So I was interested […]

My parents’ coffee table, online

Growing up I remember my parents subscribing to three magazines: The New Yorker, The Atlantic and Harper’s.  Over the past couple of weeks I’ve seen updates on how each is faring online.  Results vary.  A lot. Let’s start with the worst… Harper’s It wasn’t all that long ago that I was considering subscribing to Harper’s.  […]