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Shameless Self-promotion Sunday #44

Here's a pretty old post from the blog archives of Geekery Today; it was written about 15 years ago, in 2009, on the World Wide Web.

Happy Sunday. Let’s talk Shamelessness.

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. Nick Manley


    “We think we can have a successful US auto industry. But it’s got to be one that’s realistically designed to weather this storm and to emerge – at the other end – much more lean, mean and competitive than it currently is.”

    He sure sounds like a socialist radical to me…

  2. John

    I wrote about the eternal truth of market principles: based on the insights of libertarian economists, Ludwig von Mises in particular, we understand that State perturbations of the economy not only don’t work, they can’t work. This is not because the State prevents the principles of human action from operating in the way they should; it is precisely because those market forces are always acting on everyone that State intervention in all its forms fails.

  3. Black Bloke

    I wrote a little something about the Eric Sundwall campaign in NY, inviting libertarians to debate the merits of electioneering and political ways to freedom: http://lastfreevoice.wordpress.com/2009/03/28/a-short-on-the-sundwall-campaign/

  4. Nick Manley


    This is highly unusual for you — no post in 4 days?

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