Don’t Fear Google Glass

The Congressional Bi-Partisan Privacy Caucus is concerned about the privacy implications of Google Glass, RTT News reports: Google seems to always be under the scanner for privacy concerns. Around the time the California-based search giant held its annual I/O developers conference in San Francisco, where it showed off Glass and gave software developers information about writing apps … [Read more…]

Fighting Sexism, Sexily

I’ve long contended that libertarians have a habit of downplaying or denying certain problems when they don’t like the proposed solutions. For example, when people talk about sexism, or the wage gap, it’s common for a libertarian to retort that the wage gap isn’t real, or can be explained by individual choices. I understand this … [Read more…]