Digg’s “Take” on the Repercussions of the Net Neutrality Repeal

Digg aggregated a ton of different news sources and their opinions on what will happen after the full repeal takes effect.

  1. Two Tracks — Fast and slow lanes
  2. Mobile will be effected first
  3. Other countries will follow suit
  4. Small businesses will get hit the hardest
  5. The decision could make poverty worse

Check out the article for all the details and links to the corresponding sites…while you still can…


The FCC Just Voted To End Net Neutrality — Here’s How It Will Affect You

#TryPod — My playlist of Podcasts

Podcasts I listen to (in no specific order):

Freakonomics Radio
Hidden Brain
Katie Couric
Pod Save the World
Pod Save America
Radiolab Presents: More Perfect
Science Friday
TED Radio Hour
Left, Right & Center
NPR Politics Podcast
ProPublica Podcast
Reply All
This American Life
With Friends Like These

And a few other artist podcasts.


Regulation Saves Lives

I’ve said it before, I’ll say it now, and I’ll say it till I convince everyone in America:

Regulations save lives. We can debate overregulation till we’re blue in the face, but realize that slackening regulations simply means more people will die. Since people will always die, no matter how much regulations are in place, the goal of government is to walk the fine line between putting human lives ahead corporate profits and allowing people to succeed in business. It’s not glamorous, it’s not fun, but someone has to do it.

When inspectors swoop in, hospital staff save more lives