OK, enough late summer lounging: I think it is time to be making a few posts on this blog. I can’t guarantee super-reliable service but will try to drag up some interesting links for the perusal of my seven readers. While I was gone, WordPress unexpectedly changed the “theme” (template) of this blog and in the process destroyed a bunch of drafts I had made, which might be just as well overall, though annoying nonetheless. I’m going to start by answering a few, but probably not all, of the comments people have left in the last month.
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