Unlike the cave painting above (which is no longer under copyright), you are reading an article whose copyright will expire in over a century. Given the life expectancy of an American born less than 30 years ago, I’m likely to just miss the next Cubs World Series win in 2070. But 70 years after I’m dead, my copyrights will expire, meaning you will be free to incorporate this article into a movie or perhaps a 3D hologram, sometime around 2140. Of course, that assumes copyright law won’t change in the intervening 130 years. History seems to indicate otherwise, as 130 years ago, my copyright would have only lasted 56 years, which suggests this article’s copyright might not expire until 2170, or maybe even 2200!
Hi, my name is Michael, and I bought this domain from Josh, since he’s been a bit too busy to have many updates. The blog will continue to function similarly, providing analysis of various topics from a libertarian-ish perspective. I have a similar approach to issues; I think markets do a pretty good job allocating resources. I also think the state should err on the side of letting people work out systems on their own, but I’m about pragmatic consequentialism, not rigid ideology.
Finally, please bear with me as I get the blog set up, and the formatting worked out. I’ve tried to set up the archives to keep as many backlinks as possible to Josh’s old posts. If there are any issues, definitely let me know on Twitter @postlibertarian (the Twitter account was transferred over as well) or in the comments.