A New Addition to the TLF: Adam Marcus

by on January 27, 2009 · 7 comments

I’m delighted to welcome to the TLF my colleague Adam Marcus, Research Fellow & Senior Technologist at The Progress & Freedom Foundation.  Adam’s already written a few posts here on the TLF about edge caching and cloud computing—cross-posted over the last few months by Adam Thierer and me.  He also appeared on TechPolicy Weekly 38 to discuss  “The Google Kerfuffle — Edge Caching & Net Neutrality.”

Adam (a/k/a “Marcus”) brings an exceptional technological sophistication to bear on policy issues.  He’s already been a real asset to our work at PFF as a sort of “technical ombudsman,” helping us delve into the nitty-gritty details behind the debates.  I hope he’ll play somewhat the same role here on the TLF:  keeping us honest and checking our facts.  

But he’s not just another geek:  With a J.D. from Santa Clara University and an MA in Communications, Culture & Technology from Georgetown University, Adam has lots to say about the legal and policy issues covered by the TLF.

I hope you all enjoy getting to know him—whether through the blog or in person at our semi-regular Alcohol Liberation Fronts—as much as I have.

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