There's an article in Reason on taxes and the sharing economy
. One point is that the U.S. tax code wasn't written with Uber and Airbnb in mind, and doesn't fit many people's activities very well. Reading it, one thought of mine was that if we taxed only land values, we wouldn't have to worry about Congress figuring out how to rewrite the tax code to adapt to modern conditions.
Then there's a link to various articles from The Freeman in the late 1930's and early 1940's
, some of which are of interest because of their lasting truths, and also because they show you how the Great Depression, the rise of Nazi Germany, and the outbreak of war appeared to some people at the time.
Lastly, Michael Kinsley, who isn't as loudly Georgist as I am, but has spoken well of George's ideas, has an article in Vanity Fair
, wishing, among other things, that some Silicon Valley billionaire would become an enthusiastic admirer of Henry George instead of Ayn Rand.