As some may have noticed, my posting frequency has been dropping, and it’s going to be (at best) intermittent until sometime around early November. My job has shifted to “field season,” which means I’ll be out of contact for periods of time and what spare time I do have is usually spent on other things besides blogging. What blogging I might be able to squeeze in is probably going to end up on my other blog, not here. Now, on to the politics!
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If you look at the Archives “posting history” here, you’ll notice that the number of posts I produce sinks like a stone from May through September, and often into October. The reason for that is that my professional life – i.e.; the stuff that I actually get paid to do – shifts into high gear during that time, and I’m often far away from computer access.
Stating what’s obvious, I’ve decided to bring Norbrook’s Blog back out of hiatus. While I thought that I would probably do so at some point, it happened a lot sooner than I’d thought it would. As with most things that I plan, it seems that external events means scrapping plans and starting on a different path. So for now, at least until the political situation calms down (unlikely) or I start getting incredibly busy with my paying job (very likely), this blog will remain “active.”
It’s been a while since this blog was put on hiatus. At the time, I felt I’d said pretty much everything I’d wanted to say about politics.
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As you may have noticed, there’s a new “front page” up on this blog, which explains what I’m doing, and why this blog is going on extended hiatus. I’ve also created another page which has my “favorites” or more properly, a “best of” compilation. I’ve turned off the comments for the two pages – sorry, but that’s the way it is – and I’ll be letting the commenting here expire in about another week. As I say in the front page, I’m not “disappearing,” I’m starting a new chapter. At some point in the future, I may – and probably will – decide that I need to get back into letting everyone know my opinion about something in politics, and this blog will be getting aired out and put to work again. Until then, feel free to visit my new place, or if you’re a political junkie, any of the sites on the blogroll.
Once again, my heartfelt thanks to all of you who took the time to read this blog, and share your opinions. When I started off here, I wasn’t sure anyone was going to read what I wrote, and it’s been a gratifying surprise to have found a readership.