Thanks to Glenn Reynolds for posting on MIT’s Government Information Awareness initiative. As stated in this Houston Chronicle article, GIA hopes to create an enormous but self-sustaining community where users do the work of keeping it running and credible. Its creators at Media Lab — a research center whose eclectic projects bridge technology, the arts … More More

Thanks to Glenn Reynolds for posting on MIT’s Government Information Awareness initiative. As stated in this Houston Chronicle article, GIA hopes to create an enormous but self-sustaining community where users do the work of keeping it running and credible. Its creators at Media Lab — a research center whose eclectic projects bridge technology, the arts … More More

Thanks to Glenn Reynolds for posting on MIT’s Government Information Awareness initiative. As stated in this Houston Chronicle article, GIA hopes to create an enormous but self-sustaining community where users do the work of keeping it running and credible. Its creators at Media Lab — a research center whose eclectic projects bridge technology, the arts … More More

Thanks to Glenn Reynolds for posting on MIT’s Government Information Awareness initiative. As stated in this Houston Chronicle article, GIA hopes to create an enormous but self-sustaining community where users do the work of keeping it running and credible. Its creators at Media Lab — a research center whose eclectic projects bridge technology, the arts … More More

State Liquor Regulations Are Anti-competitive

Boy, you go away for four days and the world throws up some serious treats for your return! I’ve been arguing against state-level restrictions on the importation of alcohol for years and years, and I am ecstatic to report that the Federal Trade Commission has weighed in on the negative consumer effects of such bans. … More State Liquor Regulations Are Anti-competitiveMore State Liquor Regulations Are Anti-competitive