Shameless Self-promotion Sunday

Happy Sunday, y’all. Ready for some Shamelessness?

This week has been a week of getting back into activism after time away — time for the holidays, time for conferences, and time to just chill out and try to get some solitary work done for a while. But this week I made it out to UCIR and to Vegas Anarchist Cafe for the first time in 2010; and today I’m back for Food Not Bombs. After that — onward to some work (printing, folding, announcing, etcetera) in preparation for an ALL table at this year’s Bay Area Anarchist Bookfair. Also, there’s a new Market Anarchy zine in preparation.

¿Y tú? What have you been up to this week? Write anything? Leave a link and a short description for your post in the comments. Or fire away about anything else you might want to talk about.

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  1. Neverfox

    I just posted a response to Arnold Kling’s insistence that – trust him on this – we must have a final arbiter.

    I also posted on an interesting analysis of generic drug costs in the supposedly free market that exists after patent expiration.

    While technically from last week, I wrote a little legal analysis of the “Who Dat?” IP controversy, an announcement of David Ellerman’s new blog, a rant against single-payer, about the appearance of the broken window fallacy in the SOTU, and some career advice for Eddie Izzard.

  2. smally

    Manny of you will be interested in an interview I cam across: Robert Paul Wolff discusses anarchism on an Australian radio program, The Philosopher’s Zone.

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