If it's seemed preternaturally calm around here, that's in part because the new, reinvented, and expanded Nobody's Business has been a steady work in progress behind the scenes. But: we quietly took off last week, we're up and running, and we invite you to come check it out (and while you're there, please bookmark the site, or add it to your newsreader/RSS feed).
Notice I said 'we'? That's not a pluralis majestatis (I haven't been crowned King of anything — yet). 'We' means Chicago software maven Mark Draughn (of Windypundit fame), California defense attorney Rick Horowitz (who previously blogged here), and moi. The three of us joined forces, got a better URL, moved some of the old furniture in, and have just started posting like fiends. Incidentally, that cozy little triumvirate won't last long — but in a good way. Others will be joining us in weeks and months to come.
To stay in the loop, you can also follow us, and 'like' us, on Facebook.
As of today, the 'old' Nobody's Business — this page right here — is officially moribund. I'll leave the site up, at least for the foreseeable future, but have no plans to write for it or to further develop it.
At the new Nobody's Business — I told you, it's this way! — we now have three times the brainpower, three times the entertainment value, and three times the opinionated musings on matters of liberty, free speech, the role of government, private and state nannyism, and so on.
Thank you for your loyalty, your awesome support, and your volumes of excellent comments over the past six-plus years. I hope you'll join us at the new digs!