Lynne Kiesling According to Slashdot, Google is buying up lots of unused fiber capacity and building a backbone from which it could build a wi-fi network, and is considering making access free. The Business 2.0 link here is a very informative article, containing a lot of information about the vertical transaction structure of the Internet. … More Google To Build National Wifi Network? … More Google To Build National Wifi Network?
Lynne Kiesling I know, he’s no spring chicken, and I know, he’s had lots of back trouble, but I’m still totally psyched that my Penguins have signed free agent John LeClair. We have a lot of good offense now; I hope we have enough defense to accompany it. … More Leclair To My Team!
Lynne Kiesling At the new Austrian Economists blog, Pete Boettke has a very nice post on autonomy and how freedom and responsibility affect economic models. His discussion gives some insights into the ideas underpinning James Buchanan’s work, as Pete learned it and teaches it in his courses. He reminds us of the extent to which … More Pete Boettke On James Buchanan, And Implications In Electricity … More Pete Boettke On James Buchanan, And Implications In Electricity