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Not everything over there is fully functional yet, and the internal links still point to this blog, and will for the indefinite future.

So all the old material will be left here for archival purposes, with comments turned off.

The net doesn't solve the problem of injustice, but it solves the first hard problem of righting wrongs: getting everyone together and keeping them together.

You still have to do the even work of risking life, limb, personal fortune, reputation, Every wonderful thing in our world has fight in its history.

Our rights, our good fortune, our happiness and all that is sweet was paid for, once upon a time, by principled people who risked everything to change the world for the better. You can buy it on CD, or you can buy the MP3 version from a variety of online booksellers.

Those risks are not diminished one iota by the net. I also sell it myself on my site Unfortunately, you can't buy this book from the world's most popular audiobook vendors: Apple's i Tunes and Amazon's Audible.

This is the technology that locks music to Apple's devices.

It's illegal to move DRM-crippled files to devices that Apple hasn't blessed, which means that if I encourage you to buy my works through Apple, I lose the ability to choose to continue to sell to you from Apple's competition at some later date in the future. To its credit, Audible (which supplies all of the audiobooks on i Tunes) prohibits moving my book to a device that Audible hasn't approved.

I hope that readers of this book will be inspired to dig deeper into the subjects of "behavioral economics" (and related subjects like "neuroeconomics") and to start asking hard questions about how we end up with the stuff we own, and what it costs our human brothers and sisters to make those goods, and why we think we need them. That's not always good (thugs, bullies, racists and loonies never had it so good), but it is fundamentally .

Our rights, our good fortune, our happiness and all that is sweet was paid for, once upon a time, by principled people who risked everything to change the world for the better. You can buy it on CD, or you can buy the MP3 version from a variety of online booksellers.

Those risks are not diminished one iota by the net. I also sell it myself on my site Unfortunately, you can't buy this book from the world's most popular audiobook vendors: Apple's i Tunes and Amazon's Audible.

This is the technology that locks music to Apple's devices.

It's illegal to move DRM-crippled files to devices that Apple hasn't blessed, which means that if I encourage you to buy my works through Apple, I lose the ability to choose to continue to sell to you from Apple's competition at some later date in the future. To its credit, Audible (which supplies all of the audiobooks on i Tunes) prohibits moving my book to a device that Audible hasn't approved.

I hope that readers of this book will be inspired to dig deeper into the subjects of "behavioral economics" (and related subjects like "neuroeconomics") and to start asking hard questions about how we end up with the stuff we own, and what it costs our human brothers and sisters to make those goods, and why we think we need them. That's not always good (thugs, bullies, racists and loonies never had it so good), but it is fundamentally .

But it's a poor politics that can only express itself by choosing to buy or not buy something. It's hard to remember just how difficult this organizing stuff used to be: how hard it was to do something as trivial as getting ten friends to agree on dinner and a movie, let alone getting millions of people together to raise money for a political candidate, get the vote out, protest corruption, or save an endangered and beloved institution.