Regulation helps monopolists
Government intervention can have unintended consequences
Corporations love regulation. It helps them fend off upstart competitors.
Startups hate it. Compliance with regulation is expensive and time consuming.
Ironically, supporters of government intervention may inadvertently create societies that are less fair, and more likely to starve competition.
GDPR is a great example of this in action
I've been inspired by the inimitable Fred Wilson's insane discipline in posting a blog piece every day for almost 20 years. I also admire his writing style. I've decided to increase my output, but write a mixture of shorter and longer pieces.
Probably not one a day just yet. Two a week is my current target cadence.
If you dislike this or notice a drop in quality, let me know.