The Editor's Corner
Despite terminal computer problems, I managed to get you another issue. It was in grave doubt for a while there.
I lost some data that hadn't been backed up yet, which meant I had to go back to writers and have them re-send their work. I also lost the current alert list, so if you didn't get an email notice this month, you'll need to sign up again. I apologize, but this time it was out of my control.
As I hinted last month, we do have something new in the Doing Freedom! Bookstore: DF!'s first anthology, a compilation of three years worth of articles, all reformatted and multiply indexed for extreme ease of use. Check it out. And don't forget that Tom Spooner's book is also available.
PayPal. Grrrrrrr! I tried to give them benefit of the doubt, but they blew it. I've gone into it in detail elsewhere, so I won't inflict the details on you here. Suffice to say that I consider PayPal so anti-freedom that I closed my account and refuse to do business with them.
I don't know how long, if at all, it'll take to get all the obsolete PayPal donation links off the archived issues. If you see one in a back issue, please don't click it.
But some of our writers still use PayPal for their personal donation links. That's their decision and I'll respect it. Please do click those.
I always need articles for future issues: See our guidelines for more information. I particularly want unsubscribing articles. Good topics would include underground economy, interfacing with the gov world (licenses, property taxes, vehicle registration, et cetera), alternate IDs, disappearing, networking, and underground railroads. If you thought of something I missed, send me an article. I'm interested in how-tos and reviews of services and products.
Speaking of reviews; we do that. If you happen to be marketing something - books, software, products, and services - which you'd like us to review (and thus publicize), contact me. I have reviewers on tap with a wide variety of experience. We'll give a fair and honest eval.
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