Glenn Harlan Reynolds: May 2006 Archives

Got to Admit It's Getting Better?

I've written in the past about bad design and bad customer service. So I think it's only fair to devote a little bit of space to things that don't suck. There are more of them than you might imagine. Of... Read More

Managing to Look Busy

Employers are starting to crack down on employee web-surfing. The Chicago Tribune reports: Companies are starting to ban Web access, block instant messaging services to squash discreet conversations among chatty co-workers and prohibit employees from watching sport Read More

The Parent Trap

Not long ago we worried about baby booms and overpopulation. Now some people are worrying about a "Global Baby Bust." Writing in Foreign Affairs, Phillip Longman says it's mostly because of economics: "In nations rich and poor, under all forms... Read More

Trouble Not the Blogger in his Lair

Last week, I wrote about efforts to silence bloggers: "It seems like a lot of people are trying to shut up bloggers all of a sudden. It also doesn't seem to be working very well." A week later, that still... Read More

Silencing a Hornet's Nest

It seems like a lot of people are trying to shut up bloggers all of a sudden. It also doesn't seem to be working very well. One example from last week was a distributed denial of service (DDOS) attack against... Read More

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