Law in the Internet Society

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 I wonder how much of the analysis we've applied to informational goods also applies to energy. The biggest difference I see is that energy is not produced at zero marginal cost. Maybe there is value in moving energy over pipes. Thus analyzing the pipes and switches for energy may not be as helpful when it comes to energy.

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That's a great point. I can't believe I didn't think of that distinction. I will incorporate it into rewrites. Thanks!

-- DevinMcDougall - 27 Oct 2011

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