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Radio Station at the Astrodome

A few days ago I blogged about the techies who weren’t allowed to erect a low-power radio station at the Houston Astrodome, despite the fact that it seemed a good idea on all counts. Now, it seems, they’ve been allowed…
September 13, 2005

A few days ago I blogged about the techies who weren’t allowed to erect a low-power radio station at the Houston Astrodome, despite the fact that it seemed a good idea on all counts. Now, it seems, they’ve been allowed to peddle their wares, at least via a station in the parking lot of the Astrodome. Jesse Walker of Reason hasn’t provided a link, so I’m taking his word for it for now, but this seems like a positive development.

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