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Anybody Out There?

Just so I can be sure this is being read at all and decide whether it's worth continuing, please shout out in the comments. Even if you think I'm talking barmy bollocks, it'd be helpful to know if there are people reading this and not weird bots from phishing sites or Russian hackers or some weird sentient algorithm.

Apologies if you are none of those things, but I'm considering what to do with this blog.

Thanks

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  1. I am still reading this and like it's links.

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    1. Thanks, I appreciate it.

      I hope they help. I'm just mindful that this blog might end up self indulgent :D

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  2. I love reading your blog, so please don't stop!.

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  3. I drop by now and again Ghosty, when net access permits. Usually find something to think about in your posts.

    Don't give up.

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  4. We read your excellent blog for the insight it gives into an important experience not listened to often enough Ghosty.

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  5. High praise indeed!

    Yours is indeed an essential source of information in these times we're having, thank you.

    And keep up the good work.

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  6. I cime here when I run through my bookmarks and enjoy what I read.. does mean scrolling to catch up though.

    Goatluver.

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  7. I zip through RSS feeds and always read updates, including yours. Good stuff.

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  8. Still here too, chin up, fwiw. :]

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