NRA TV: Brilliant method by the NRA to circumvent idiotic–and in a sane world–unconstitutional–campaign finance reform laws. Glenn Reynolds writes:
What lets the NRA go into this business is technology — setting up a nationwide TV network via the Web is a lot cheaper than relying on broadcasting or even cable, and with the growing penetration of high-speed internet services, NRA News may reach as many people as some cable channels.
Of course, getting more viewers than CNN is not all that hard to do these days. But the concept is terrific.
As I wrote back in early 2002, about a different kind of self-publishing, Weblogs:
Today, the cost of putting a Web site up ranges from free to a hundred bucks or so a month (that