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Getting My Garry Shandling On

August 28th, 2009 · 1 Comment

I’m dating myself with that headline, aren’t I?  Oh well.  The point is, next week, while I try to wrap my head around the prospect of putting on a tie and going into an office every day, I’ll be guesting at Andrew Sullivan’s blog, so check that out.  I’ll probably cross-post some of that stuff […]

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Brief Interviews with Hideous Bloggers

June 29th, 2009 · 2 Comments

In case anyone’s interested, I’m joining a bunch of other mostly-political blogger friends who are reading (and writing about) David Foster Wallace’s Infinite Jest this summer over at A Supposedly Fun Blog.

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Tags: Art & Culture · Language and Literature · Self Promotion

Just When I’d Unlearned the Superfluous “U”s…

May 6th, 2009 · 9 Comments

Given my recent dramatic increase in free time, the  fine folks at The Economist have invited me back to their (newly Webby award winning!) U.S. politics blog Democracy in America, which you really ought to be reading daily already anyway. This time around, I’m apt to steer clear of the sort of terse horse-racey posts […]

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Monday Self-Promotion

March 9th, 2009 · 3 Comments

Some recent Ars stuff I thought might be interesting to a broader audience: A piece that ran Sunday on Blogger’s oddly opaque policy for dealing with DMCA notices, which seems designed to leave users targeted with C&D takedown notices with too little information to effectively counternotice. Not massively scandalous, but it does seem noteworthy that […]

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Tags: Self Promotion · Tech and Tech Policy

Obama’s Crowdsourced Phone Banking

December 5th, 2008 · Comments Off on Obama’s Crowdsourced Phone Banking

Not generally cross-linking my Ars articles or Law & Disorder blog posts, but since it’s not bylined, figured I’d throw out a pointer to a short piece about Barack Obama’s distributed phonebanking effort, which was the “Campaign Tech of the Year” in the annual Ars Awards. Also, damn, I really haven’t been posting here at […]

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Tags: Horse Race Politics · Self Promotion · Tech and Tech Policy

Michael Lind’s Industrial Fetish

November 10th, 2008 · 1 Comment

Figure I should cross-link this post at Ars, since my modal political geek reader probably cares more than my modal tech geek reader about my picking a fight with Michael Lind.

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Tags: Journalism & the Media · Markets · Self Promotion · Sociology · Tech and Tech Policy

Yes, I’m Alive…

November 7th, 2008 · 1 Comment

I”ve just been channeling my blogging Chi into the newborn Law & Disorder. Here’s what I’ve been doing there, in case (for some crazy reason) it’s not in your feed yet: More presidential cabinet speculation porn A galaxy of tech stars are being named as possible candidates for Chief Technology Officer in the Obama administration. […]

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Introducing Law & Disorder

November 4th, 2008 · Comments Off on Introducing Law & Disorder

So, as readers have noticed, I don’t blog here nearly as often as I once did; daily journalism is time consuming. But I got my start as a writer blogging, and in a lot of ways that’s probably still my comparative advantage. So I’m happy to announce that, starting today, I’ll be blogging about the […]

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Tags: Privacy and Surveillance · Self Promotion · Tech and Tech Policy

In the Unlikely Event that You Care

October 29th, 2008 · 2 Comments

I explain my presidential preference in Reason’s 2008 election survey. My answer to the primary question seemed pretty representative of the respondents: Living in the District of Columbia, I see little reason to mar my as-yet unblemished record of nonvoting. But if I lived in Virigina or Florida, I’d be ticking the box for Obama—not […]

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The Constitutional Argument Against Retroactive Immunity

October 20th, 2008 · Comments Off on The Constitutional Argument Against Retroactive Immunity

Like Fox Mulder, I want to believe the arguments ACLU and EFF are advancing against the legitimacy of the FISA Amendments Act’s retroactive immunity provisions—and I do think at least a couple of them are pretty strong. But I’m not yet super-sanguine about the chances of the court agreeing; Walker Vaughn might give them a […]

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Tags: Law · Privacy and Surveillance · Self Promotion