The Seasteading Institute March 2011 Newsletter

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The Seasteading Institute – March 2011 Newsletter

 

Dear Friends of The Seasteading Institute,

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Job Opening: Staff Writer

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The Seasteading Institute is hiring a staff writer. The writer will be a critical member of our team, crafting highly visible publications that are key to our research and movement-building programs. Most of our organization’s current output is in written form, so it’s essential that the writing be of stellar quality for our work to be most effective.

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Walking City, from Archigram

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When considering the economic flexibility and “freedom” created by mobile settlements, we might look to the avante-garde Walking City concept from architect Ron Herron of the Archigram group as an example. Ron’s concept is something that has been in the mind of the architects for a long time.

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Join Patri and Brad for an online chat in “The Idea Room,” Tues, March 8, 2 PM ET/11 AM PT

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Join Patri Friedman, Brad Taylor, and The Freeman, March 8 at 2 pm eastern for a 45-minute online chat about the market for governance and seasteading. Patri’s and Brad’s article, “Seasteading: Striking at the Root of Bad Government,” appeared in the March issue of The Freeman. The article alleges that the current market for governance is dominated by a group of large geographical monopolies not subject to competition. Continue reading

Patri to speak at the Economist sponsored conference, “Ideas Economy: Innovation for a Disruptive World.”

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If you can make it out to Berkeley on March 24th, Patri is giving a short talk at the Economist sponsored conference, “Ideas Economy: Innovation for a Disruptive World.”

http://ideas.economist.com/event/innovation

According to their website:

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