2. The best albums of the 1980s (was it really so bad?).
3. NASA’s next rockets might say Budweiser on the side. And thwarted markets in everything:
In 1993, a Georgia company called Space Marketing proposed putting a billboard in space so big that it would be visible from Earth. But the plan was met with disapproval from some in Congress, who derided the idea, saying space was a commons that should stay free of advertising.
Edward J. Markey, then a Massachusetts congressman, lamented the possibility of children wishing “upon a falling billboard.”