Happy New Year



Yes, I’m still around and even though I haven’t posted, it’s been a busy few months. In some ways it’s been very nice to not force myself to read through a couple hundred news feeds a day to keep up with what’s out in the world. (Before Christmas I had started forcing myself to close the RSS reader after I “cleared” new stories and only check one or two times a day.) For a news junkie like me…. that was a bit difficult. But, right this minute I don’t know how many days it’s been SINCE I opened the news reader. Although I suspect I will in a day or two here, if for no other reason than to clean the slate… and maybe prune my feeds a bit. Some are just TOO frequent.

Let me take this opportunity to send a belated Happy New Year to anyone that’s wandering through.


It sometimes amazes me how many people do come through the site, even in periods of low activity. As for the coming year? I don’t know how active things will be here…. I doubt it will ever be as active as it was last November-January… (Unless something changes dramatically.) I will continue to do stuff that interests me/ hard won solutions to problems/etc. I may just wait and dump several at one shot.

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