Hello, and Goodbye (Again)

Thanks to our terrific outgoing bloggers.  Now that you've seen their great work, you can find Avik Roy at The Apothecary, Derek Lowe at In the Pipeline, Katherine Mangu-Ward at the Reason Hit and Run blog, and Pascal Emmanuel-Gobry at Business Insider.


For the next two weeks, we have three new guest bloggers:

Tim Lee is an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute. He covers tech policy for Ars Technica and blogs at Forbes.com. While earning his master's degree in computer science at Princeton, he was the co-author of RECAP, a software project that promotes public access to federal court records.

Julian Sanchez is a research fellow at the Cato Institute, where he focuses primarily on issues at the busy intersection of technology, privacy, civil liberties, and new media -- but also writes more broadly about political philosophy and social psychology.  Prior to working for Cato, he was an editor at Reason, and the DC editor of Ars Technica.

Noah Millman is a former investment banker turned writer.  His blogging covers everything from Shakespeare to food to health care to high finance.  He is currently blogging at The American Conservative.


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Megan McArdle is a columnist at Bloomberg View and a former senior editor at The Atlantic. Her new book is The Up Side of Down.

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