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Podcast for 12 Nov 06
Posted by: Dale Franks on Sunday, November 12, 2006

In this podcast, Jon Henke, Bruce McQuain, and Dale Franks discuss the election and its possible concequences.

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For those of you who prefer it, the direct link to the podcast is here.

The opening music for this podcast is Counting 5-4-3-2-1, by Thursday. The closing music is Megalomaniac, by Incubus.

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Glenn never answers this anti-Singularity issue, maybe Q and O can do better:
where are the automatic voice to text transcribers so I can read the podcast?

Really, I don’t like listening to most podcasts because they take too long for the limited info I get. We’re far away from any big revolution super AI when there’s still no good Voice Writer type software.

I’m starting to think Thought Writer (direct brainwave to screen) will be faster than voice writer (and computer aided telepathy soon after a good Thought Writer).

Throwing the bums out — despite my pre-election almost fanatical devotion to the Pope, er, King George, er corrupt incompetent Reps who at least were strategically right on Iraq; now I’m glad the Dems are in power. This means the war might become a Dem Party war, too; it might become America’s war. And America needs more unity to support Iraqi freedom, since we can NOT win; only the Iraqis, pro or anti-democracy, will win. We can stay until the pro-democracy Iraqis win.
 
Written By: Tom Grey - Liberty Dad
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The pros and cons of the minimum wage are complicated. The positive economic and social effect it has is giving more money to those that spend it faster: the poorer. The negative effect it has is increasing the feasibility of unskilled labor substitutes (which could be a positive as well in certain circumstances). These effects will vary in magnitude depending on the composition of the economy increasing its minimum wage, and will determine whether there is a net benefit after the action. The real argument ought to be if the positives have a greater effect than the negatives, not just focusing on certain effects that are more interesting.

The EITC is more complicated to implement and that in itself is a disadvantage.
 
Written By: SJC
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Where are the automatic voice to text transcribers so I can read the podcast?
For the most part, they exist in the minds of science fiction writers.
 
Written By: Dale Franks
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