Testimony Before Congress
My wife only wishes my attention has refocused. No, I have been busy and the blog entries suffer for it. In general, interpret inactivity on this blog as activity elsewhere.
It is better to do, than to write.
On May 7, 2007, I spent 27.5 hours in New York City giving testimony to a field hearing of the US House subcommittee on Information Policy, Census, and the National Arcives. The US House committe met in NYC not Washington, D.C.
Here is an article on the testimony of the whole panel of witnesses.
Here is a link to my testimony (sans apendices).