Month: July 2006

freegovinfo second month wrap up

I wrapped up my second month blogging over at FreeGovInfo.info. It’s very challenging to blog outside of your normal area of interest, thanks for letting me help out. They’ve got a fun little project going on that combines their site…

DOPA, what? A wrap up, post vote.

I probably should have mentioned in the title that my post yesterday was discussing DOPA. It’s certainly been a topic today, here are just the posts that I saw in my aggegator today. Walt Crawford is normally fairly apolitical but…

crap, filtering bill on the move

Straight form the Center for Democracy and Technology: “The House of Representatives has passed a bill that would force schools and libraries to block chat and social networking sites as a condition of receiving federal E-rate funding.” This bill is…

Washington DC and keeping busy

July and August are often dead months for people work-wise because so many people are on vacation and the weather (in the US anyhow) is often hot and stultifying. I’ve been busy this Summer and I thought I’d just let…