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April 01, 2009


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Not a goading statement, but I will say that I would have loved to hear your two cents on the ATC fracturing.

I understand totally, however, the ebb and flow of blog-posting. I'll be back.

Kris Vire

Precisely, my dear Dr. Dardai! You have hit on example A1 of situation 3B! (In other words, expect that business at TOC very shortly.)


Thank you for the swift response, sir. I enjoy your TOC work and I enjoy reading what you have to say here as well. I suppose my post did sound unnecessarily entitled, and I understand that this is something you do in your free time. I guess I was actually asking if blogging has grown tiresome for you. 8 years is a long time. Looking forward to you ATC piece.


No no Kris, you ARE practicing Web 2.0. You're just temporarily restricting supply to increase demand.

Brett N.

Me? I kinda like that you do your blogging when you feel there's something to blog about. It makes me feel if you're writing about it, then you feel like it's an important bit of info and therefor so should I. So that in my world = "anticipation is making me way-ay-ay-ait-tuhhhh."


How dare you have a day job! Maybe blogging doesn't pay your rent . . . Oh wait, it pays as many as winning the lottery does.

Look forward to reading the C/Kris TOC take on ATC/ABT.

Paul Rekk

*knowing glance*

malachy walsh

Love the blog. Glad you post when you're inspired vs. because you think you have to.

It's a refreshingly good thing.

Rob Kozlowski

What's a "blog?"

Michael Clark

Who in the world still uses "bookmarks" to check out web sites they are interested in? Look at using a feedreader, and have the gerbils powering your computer regularly (and automatically) check the sites you like for new articles. Look at http://reader.google.com, Vienna, Net News Wire. Heck, some browsers have built-in feedreaders now.

Look at the top of the right column. There's an orange button and text "Subscribe in a reader.' Simply click that and you'll be set.

malachy walsh

You're funny, Rob.

But in case you're not joshing, a blog is thing you write on which then gets to other people through a series of tubes called the Internet.


Don't worry, Kris, I have not nor will i ever bookmark SR. I did, however, bookmark your tumblr... so get on that.

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Great share. The information is so precise and knowledgeable.

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