I’ll be at the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston, Texas on Tuesday & Wednesday next week to listen and learn about the current state of the offshore industry. If anyone else will be there and wants to get together, add a comment or send me an email. If there’s enough interest, maybe we can do a dinner on Tuesday?
A lot of bad things happen in the world, which means there are a lot of options for those who wish to make the world a better place. And there are some consistent patterns to the badness which make some areas more fruitful than others for the advancement of humanity. Arnold Kling writes:
Anyone who has been around the nation-founding subculture long, or read much about it, knows that it is full of scams, hopeless visions, and impracticality. One of the great chroniclers of this is Scamdog, whose website (while not updated much in the past 5 years) has fascinating historical information on projects like Laissez-Faire City. Here’s an excellent page on Why Scams Work:
For those (like me) who prefer using RSS to going to a webpage, we now have RSS feeds for the forum. At the top level, there is a feed of all new topics in all forums:
As requested, there is now an RSS feed with the full text of each entry at https://seasteading.org/blog/feed/full, and the RSS links now point to it. (For technical reasons we made a new feed rather than modifying the existing one). This feed can be viewed on LJ as tsi_main_full. You can still find the old feed, with summaries only, at https://seasteading.org/blog/feed.