Monthly Archives: May 2011

New Directions

For the last three years I’ve been a computer science grad student at Princeton’s Center for Information Technology Policy. I received a master’s degree late last year, and was working toward my PhD. CITP is full of talented people doing … Continue reading

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Me around the Web

May has been a busy month, and as a result, I’ve neglected you, my readers. Here are a few links to stuff I’ve posted elsewhere on the web. Over at Freedom to TInker, I report on some research I’ve done … Continue reading

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Stephen Colbert’s Confused Parody of Citizens United

Responding to the growing trend of Fox News personalities (Sarah Palin, Mike Huckabee, etc) forming PACs and promoting them on the air, Stephen Colbert recently announced plans to create a PAC of his own. But then he got a letter … Continue reading

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