Re: [govtrack] Re: Advertising ethics and ramifications question
I've continued to read all of your responses very carefully --- it's all
been very helpful.
> If at all possible you should shop around for companies thatHeh, I like that side by side idea.
> you can justify being sponsored by. I don't think a fox news
> sponsorship or a moveon.org would be in line with your govtrack
> philosophy ... although if you did them both side by side ;).
No, actually, I definitely don't have time to shop around for money in
the first place. The ad that will go online is pretty neutral, and
> Personally, I hope you get enoughNow that would be something!
> revenue to expand the site and hire staff!
> Maybe some paralegal toYou'd think this would be something the government would do, right? As
> complete the bills that ammend other bills "strike sec a216 etc",
I've read, Congress has cut lots of funding for actually figuring out
what the law *is* (which is, by looking carefully at how each new thing
amends old things, etc.)
> do you have a link banner?Well, I can make one:
- Josh Tauberer
"Yields falsehood when preceded by its quotation! Yields
falsehood when preceded by its quotation!" Achilles to
Tortoise (in "Gödel, Escher, Bach" by Douglas Hofstadter)