Technology Liberation Front
Keeping politicians' hands off the Net & everything else related to technology
by Tim Lee on May 13, 2008 · 7 comments
I’m headed to Princeton’s Future of News workshop. It looks like there will be some fabulous speakers. If you’re in the New York/Philly area, I hope to see you there.
Tim Lee / Timothy B. Lee (Contributor, 2004-2009) is an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute. He is currently a PhD student and a member of the Center for Information Technology Policy at Princeton University. He contributes regularly to a variety of online publications, including Ars Technica, Techdirt, Cato @ Liberty, and The Angry Blog. He has been a Mac bigot since 1984, a Unix, vi, and Perl bigot since 1998, and a sworn enemy of HTML-formatted email for as long as certain companies have thought that was a good idea. You can reach him by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am reading more and more about not-for-profit news organizations. For example, the Saint Louis Business Journal had a story (top of page one, April 11-April 17 2008) about Emily Pulitzer organizing a group of former St. Louis Post Dispatch writers and editors into a not-for-profit news site. And the previous story in the Christian Science Monitor, too. Curious what your take on this development is:
And related, about the growth of the not-for-profit sector in general:
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