In January and February, I uploaded the following audio articles to the YouTube and the Jellycast feeds.
Tarantino Vs. The Hateful State by Nick Ford
Whatever’s Going On in Oregon, It’s Not Terrorism by Sheldon Richman
Aaron Swartz is Dead – But Not His Work by Kevin Carson
Why I am a Market Anarchist by H.B. Dillon Williams IV
Floating Through New York’s Underground Economy by James C. Wilson
End the Real War on Christmas: War by Nick Ford
The Untentability of Libertarian Transphobia by Meg Arnold and Alex McHugh
Limiting Conditions and Local Desires by Shawn P. Wilbur
Nick is nearly finished uploading Christopher King’s reading of Gary Chartier’s Conscience of an Anarchist. Here is the most recent upload.
I have begun recording Kevin Carson’s The Desktop Regulatory State and will upload the first chapter next week. My goal is to upload one chapter per week.
Facebook: net +2 Likes
YouTube: 2266 views in February 2016, 2964 views in January 2016, 88,672 total
+29 net subscriptions in February 2016, +27 net subscriptions in January 2016, 1307 total Subscribers
Earnings Estimates: $3.04 in February 2016, $3.80 in January 2016, $44.33 Lifetime Earnings
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