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A Tech-Econ Mashup with a Libertarian Flavor

About the Author

I’m a recent graduate with a degree in economics from the great arctic tundra known as “Southern Minnesota.” Apart from studying cournot competition, foreign exchange markets, computer science, and raising hell with the MSU Econ Club, I was also a three-time intern for three different libertarian-leaning policy think tanks in Washington DC. I’m currently employed with a new media PR firm, where I spend my days doing cool social media marketing stuff on teh internetz.

I also blog at Ice Cream Headache and CEI’s Open Market.

Read my old blog here.

Outside of economics and technophilia, my other interests include music, vegetarian cooking, bargain wines, film, social sciences (yes, they’re all B.S.), thought experiments, good conversation, dry humor, other people, and digital art.

Questions and comments can be sent to elizabethDOTjacobsonATgmailDOTcom.

Tweet at me: follow me on Twitter.

None of the opinions presented here necessarily reflect the views of any organizations with which I may be associated.

One Response

  1. Ceidwad says:

    Hi terabyte, I’m assuming it’s you. I’ve been reading your blogs for a while now (including before you moved them here) and I always enjoy them for their general awesomeness, even if I only agree with your views in about 1% of cases (if that). You seem to manage to strike the right balance between making a valid point and not being too in your face about it.

    Anyway, nice work and keep them coming!

    Rob

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