Expert Sitings: Glenn Reynolds
Glenn Reynolds publishes InstaPundit.com. The world's most-read blogger, he is the Beauchamp Brogan distinguished professor of law at the University of Tennessee.
The Volokh Conspiracy is my favorite legal blog. It features informed analysis on a wide range of topics, including, recently, whether the right to bear arms should be recognized as an international human right in order to help prevent genocide.
StrategyPage, an independent military site full of open-source intelligence and reports from troops on the ground in Iraq and Afghanistan, is the site I turn to for unfiltered news and sharp thinking about the war on terror.
The Speculist is a futurist blog that looks at new and emerging technologies and the social responses they produce. It covers topics ranging from nanotechnology and aging research, to the all-important question of why I can’t buy a Jetsons-style aircar yet.
Memeorandum is a Web site that gathers posts from a number of leading blogs on the big stories breaking around the world. It’s the place where I start my day’s reading — like going over the morning newspaper with a circle of informed friends.
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