Follow Up On Mike’s Priority Insurance Links

Lynne Kiesling Mike also forgot to mention that we have a working paper on network reliability’s public good aspects, which draws inspiration and policy implications relating to priority insurance. … More Follow Up On Mike’s Priority Insurance Links

Colorado Utility Penalized $5.6 Million For Power Outages

Michael Giberson Xcel Energy has been hit with a $5.6 million penalty for power outages last summer, even as the utility is forecasting a record demand for electricity during this summer’s peak months. Despite mild temperatures last summer, there were scattered power outages along the Front Range that made Xcel narrowly miss its outage standard. … More Colorado Utility Penalized $5.6 Million For Power OutagesMore Colorado Utility Penalized $5.6 Million For Power Outages

Order: Emergent, Unplanned, Spontaneous

Lynne Kiesling Last week while I was in nose-to-grindstone mode (and traveling too), Russ Roberts had a very nice post on the difficulties of the word “spontaneous” in “spontaneous order”, and in general the challenge that we dynamic, forward-looking, spontaneous order folks have in communicating our ideas clearly and persuasively. Like Russ, I have changed … More Order: Emergent, Unplanned, SpontaneousMore Order: Emergent, Unplanned, Spontaneous

New Mt Installation Complete

Lynne Kiesling My fellow Chicagoan and knitter and all around hip chick, Bonne Marie Burns, is fond of pointing out that there are times when you have to boss your knitting around. Sleeve shape not turning out the way you expected? Feeling like once you’ve started a project your knitting is controlling you and it’s … More New Mt Installation CompleteMore New Mt Installation Complete