Category Archives: Tech and IP

Goodbye to After the Bar; Hello to PubliusOnline.com

Today, with out much ado, I want to announce that I’m moving my blog to a new location online–PubliusOnline.com. I’ve long used the free resources of WordPress.com to publish my blog, and while it has worked great, I think the time has come to take the next step.

Over the last year and a half, the purpose of the blog has shifted, and so I think it’s time to update. What started out as a place to write about the practice of law for a young lawyer recently past the bar exam has shifted to a more general set of posts about politics, books, restaurants, and, occasionally still, the law, not to mention other random items that catch my attention (including Spongebob, no less). With that in mind, I’m shifting to a blog that’s geared a little more to the general and less to the specifics (indeed, some might say I’ve already been there for a while…).

Please up date your readers, your address books, and your bookmarks–all ten of you–to my new address, PubliusOnline.com.

I look forward to seeing you there!

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Why don’t I have a Netflix account?

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For once, I agree with Bagley

Space shuttle Atlantis returns from its last trip

Space shuttle Atlantis lands at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Fla., Thursday, July 21, 2011. The landing of Atlantis brings the space shuttle program to an end. (AP Photo/John Raoux)

I’d be dishonest if I didn’t admit that a poster of the space shuttle graced my wall for many a year while I was growing up. I’m sad that the era is ending, but I hope it will not mean the end of space exploration.

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