A Tech-Econ Mashup with a Libertarian Flavor



  • Asymmetric InformationAtlantic writer Megan McArdle on economics, finance, politics, and misc.
  • The Big Questions – insights from the Armchair Economist Steven Landsburg.
  • Greg Mankiw – Random observations for econ students from a prominent Harvard econ professor.
  • Marginal Revolution – unconventional insights from economists Tyler Cowen and Alex Tabarrok.
  • Tim Harford – reader advice and columns from the Undercover Economist.

Tech News

Tech Policy

Libertarian Indoctrination

  • Agoraphilia – Law and econ, public interest.
  • The Agitator – Investigative journalist Radley Balko on civil liberties, criminal justice, and American Idol.
  • Cato @ Liberty – Public policy from the most prominent libertarian think tank, the Cato Institute.
  • Gene Healy – VP of Cato on political matters (he’s also the best landlord ever).
  • Hit and Run – “Free Minds, Free Markets.” Official blog of Reason Magazine.
  • Julian Sanchez – Libertarian darling on libertarian-y stuff.
  • Open Market – Advancing Liberty from the Economy to Ecology. Official blog of CEI.
  • The Fly Bottle – Another libertarian darling. Will Wilkinson on philosophy, politics, miscellany.

Other Neat Stuff

  • Jena Pincott – evolutionary psychology and dating. Author of Do Gentlemen Really Prefer Blondes?
  • Lifehacker – geeky tips and tricks for getting things done.
  • Love Science – more science-based insights into relationships and human behavior.
  • Penelope Trunk – No-nonsense career advice for Gen Y from a woman who’s probably insane.
  • Sinners in the Hands of an Angry Blog – surprisingly insightful rants.
  • TED – technology, entertainment, design. Deep thinkers and ideas worth spreading.


Ars Technica – Tech news

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