Archive for November, 2008



Work’s been up, so posts have been down. Hopefully I’ll be able to post in more depth soon, but for now you can check out my short comments at FriendFeed (look at the sidebar).

Net Neutrality


Time Lee has just posted an article at Freedom To Tinker that is pretty well thought through. With Barack Obama’s election, we’re likely to see a revival of the network neutrality debate. Thus far the popular debate over the issue has produced more heat than light. On one side have been people who scoff at the […]

Jim Wooten put up a post this morning, beginning with a simple question on the AJC website: Does anybody actually believe Republicans are trying to keep legitimate voters from exercising their right to vote? I think this is the wrong question to ask. The right one is “Does anybody actually believe partisans are trying to keep legitimate voters […]

My girlfriend brought up an excellent point yesterday when we were talking about the election results.   All of a sudden, it seems to be ok to talk about Obama as the first black president. I don’t believe people were naive to it earlier, but at the same time there was clearly a stigma surrounding […]