Readers may have noticed a lack of Letters to the Editor in recent issues. It’s not because we don’t want them! It’s a situation that has puzzled me. I mean, I don’t flatter myself that thousands of people drop everything to read every word the minute their GJ arrives — but I have no reason to believe that our number of opinionated readers has fallen that far. Continue reading
Category Archives: New Media
Time to Jump In to Social Media!
by Jacob Shwartz-Lucas
In the first televised debate between Nixon and Kennedy in 1960, Kennedy appeared rested, clean-shaven, tan; he even wore makeup. Nixon looked tired, unshaven, and refused makeup. His gray suit compared poorly on screen with Kennedy’s dark suit. Continue reading
by Lindy Davies
There’s been a great deal of excited conversation recently, off-line and on, about social media. Young Georgists (imagine! Young Georgists!) are pointing to tremendous opportunities, and I don’t doubt that they’re right. Continue reading