Yesterday, I was privileged to host the 3rd annual Kauffman Economics Bloggers Forum at the Kauffman Foundation's conference center in Kansas City. Thanks to the quick work of Matt Long and his team, eleven of the talks are available for viewing online here. These includes 10-15 minutes presentations by
There were technical glitches with two of the presentations by Lynne Kiesling and Robert X. Cringely, both involving external video feeds. If those are resolved, I will post accordingly.
Thanks to all the bloggers who attended and participated, particularly to Mickey Kaus who agreed after much pleading by yours truly to talk to the group as a late and much-welcomed bonus speaker. We at Kauffman believe the advent of blogging is a critical innovation in human society, and, as Steve Waldman mentioned, decision-making in a deomcracy.
Here is Tyler's talk ... hopefully this works as an embed: