Paul Crider is a husband and father living in the San Francisco Bay Area. He daylights as a semiconductor engineer but otherwise likes to spend his time reading and writing. He grew up in Oklahoma before migrating to California for graduate school in chemistry.
Caleb Watney is a technology policy associate at the R Street Institute where he works on the intersection of law, economics, emerging tech, and public policy. He also works as a Graduate Research Fellow at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University where he is finishing his master's degree in Economics.
Samuel Hammond is a Poverty and Welfare Policy Analyst at the Niskanen Center. His research interests include the political economics of the welfare state, aviation regulation, and social capital theory.