May 10, 2007
The end, sort of
I’ve been messing with this blog for well over two years now, and it’s been—mostly—a lot of fun. But it also takes up a lot of time, which is something I have much less of these days. I guess I’m feeling pretty blogged out, an ailment that’s clearly afflicting others: I see that fellow Pacific Northwest blogger* Jacqueline Passey is also heading for hibernation. (Jackie, however, has been known to change her mind. So have I.)
I’m not going to shut down DP: this year has seen readership soar—for which many thanks—and I don’t want to let folks down. But for now, expect more pointers, less prose, and fewer pictures (which take forever to find). Think somewhere between Danny Yee and Atrios—although with less of The Economist and no damn thread.
And perhaps in a few weeks I'll change my mind.
In the meantime, first pointer: go read this entertaining exchange between Richard Dawkins and Ruth Gledhill, The Times of London’s religion correspondent.
[*Yeah, I know that Jackie is now shacked up in Vegas with boyfriend #452. And that my bio says I live west of Eastport, Maine. The map makes everything clear.]
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