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TechStop™ for Sale?

Posted by Rick · September 26th, 2003 · 3 Comments

Well, after almost ten years, I’ve finally decided that I might go ahead and sell TechStop™.

I’m not 100% comfortable with the idea yet, because I could still use it as a technology law site. If I did keep it, though, I’d probably not do significant work on it until I graduate from law school. That could mean a couple years of not much in the way of updates. That would surely cause the traffic flow there to drop.

It’s already dropped significantly since I haven’t updated it much lately; you can see these sort of things in the log files, which track the page hits even though they can’t tell you much about the people who were visiting. Were they technology people? Were they law students? Were they just casual surfers? I don’t know. Whoever they were, their numbers are shrinking.

Since I started thinking it’s time to either sh…oh, wait, I don’t actually talk like that! 😉 Umm, since I started thinking I should either do something or sell it, I’m looking into the possibility of selling it. If I can find a buyer at a decent price, it might even mean I could pay off the rest of my bills, go to work as a law clerk and focus full-time on law instead of being split between law school and my non-law job.

If you know any prospective buyers, send ’em my way! 😉

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3 responses so far ↓

  • 1 bob // Sep 29, 2003 at 4:17 pm

    Whether this link has merit is debatable..


  • 2 bob // Sep 29, 2003 at 10:08 pm

    You think you’re having a bad day? Try these poor people….(btw, hope all is well)


  • 3 Rick // Sep 29, 2003 at 10:19 pm

    Thanks for the concern. It’s been a rough weekend (since Friday). I’m still not recovered. I probably won’t post anything substantive for another day or two, although I’m working on entries for questions about Bush (as usual) and an article trying to draw a humorous connection (well, semi-humorous) between legal concepts of adverse possession and the attainment of “person status” by corporations.

    Regarding your first post, I got a kick out of this: “If you have a problem with America, you have a problem with us.” This, of course, is the motto for the website you posted. And that motto shows upon the very page you posted about so-called logical fallacies engaged in “by the left” and “sometimes” also by the right. (Hilarious that. Logical fallacies are engaged in equally by arguers from all political viewpoints. No one party has any moral claim to using it less than another.)

    But nevertheless, the missing fallacy? False dichotomy, ironically illustrated (at least in part) by the motto.

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