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The Anatomy of a Drive-by Tweeting

Twitter and blogs can be a great way to pass two, or twenty, minutes with a mix of amusement and information. One unfortunate consequence of these punchy new journalism outlets, though, has been the advent of the “Drive-by Tweeting.” Not to be confused with tweeting-while-driving, the Drive-by Tweeting is the […]

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Recommended Reading for The Seastead View Of Politics

Hey everyone, I just wanted to remind those who don’t follow our sister blog [Let A Thousand Nations Bloom](http://athousandnations.com/) that it has a great list of recommended reading for background in my unique angle on political theory and public choice, with writing by Mancur Olson, David Friedman, Arnold Kling, and many others, including myself.

[Recommended Seastead Political Reading Here](http://athousandnations.com/recommended/)

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May 26, 2010 dynamic geography, politics

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Latest posts on Let A Thousand Nations Bloom

Just a reminder that all our fascinating political theory and social commentary about diverse visions of a better society has moved to [Let A Thousand Nations Bloom](http://athousandnations.com/). Here are some recent posts:

* [Thinking Like a Dandelion](http://athousandnations.com/2009/06/18/thinking-like-a-dandelion/) – _”Let’s focus less on trying to perpetuate one copy of what we believe is the best society and instead work on ways to decrease the costs of producing societies. The results will be better than we can imagine.

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Cato Unbound / Thousand Nations

I have the great privilege of writing the lead essay in this month’s Cato Unbound: [Beyond Folk Activism](http://www.cato-unbound.org/2009/04/06/patri-friedman/beyond-folk-activism/).

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