Bottom-up Reading Material

I hope everyone had a great end to the naughties! Regular blogging will resume later this month as promised. In the meantime, here’s some reading material:

  • At Ars Technica, I cover the patent office’s latest efforts to tighten the rules for software patents.
  • The Wall Street Journal interviews me about the “founders’ visa” proposal, which I blogged about here.
  • I’d like to associate myself with the remarks of Mr. Harper and Mr. Blomquist regarding Google’s fair-weather support for “openness.”
  • My former colleague Sarah Brodsky has some smart things to say about ham radio licenses, DARPA’s “red balloon” contest, and other examples of special pleading for government-granted privileges.
  • Julian Sanchez offers a bottom-up perspective on the free will debate.
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