In one of our recent pieces, we highlighted a video that featured law professor Cass Sunstein interpreting the second amendment and questioning whether it conferred the right to bear arms. In response, one of our readers offered this comment:
“Reeeeeally good talk. My friend and I sat down to watch it, and before we started, we laid out our positions, basically one on each side of the debate. Sunstein proceeds to explain how we’re both wrong. Awesome.”
I mention this simply because it’s great to see the media (videos/podcasts) featured here being used in this way. It’s great to see readers really engaging with the material and allowing it to shape their views. It’s the ultimate compliment in some ways. Thanks Ben.
I think it’s great too but I guess that this was the whole concept of the Internet in the first place and it’s what makes it so evolutionary…