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Apr. 16th, 2004

09:28 am - opengov.media.mit.edu

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It's back online. The link again:

A good quote from their FAQ.

What is GIA's relationship to TIA?

We are grateful that the world of military-funded science offers constant initiatives to refute. That a government with countless details about its constituents will serve them better is a theory that's oft been proven wrong, while the theory that a country should have access to details about its governors is one that this country was built on, and is incontestably solid. TIA receives hundreds of millions of dollars a year, and will thus probably succeed in some sense. GIA cost a hundredth of a hundredth of that, and may well succeed because of the intelligence of the American people.

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Date:May 4th, 2004 05:14 pm (UTC)
Hey. I did a search on-line because the site wasn't working and I found your lj link. Do you have an idea why it goes off line?


p.s. I'm gonna add you just because you know of this site. Opengov has to be the best place for info on our govt, yet. Would you agree?

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Date:May 4th, 2004 09:18 pm (UTC)

I don't know why it goes offline, but it's a really excellent site, I agree. :-)

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