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“If I only had the time … .”

That’s what I’ve been telling myself the last several months whenever I remembered how much I’ve enjoyed expressing myself on this blog. But life is busy these days, and I simply couldn’t get to it.

What have I been up to?

Well, what really put me behind was the San Diego Comic-Con back in July. Then I attended other comic-cons, including one in Baltimore, then another one in New York City. They all take time, but they are a valuable resource for someone who creates a weekly podcast.

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Sometimes I feel like my little blog is not very important compared to the news of the day. After all, the passing of Osama bin Laden is dominating the news on every channel I turn on as I post this entry. I don’t have much to say about that except that I feel somewhat relieved instead of joyous. Bin Laden was responsible for the death of thousands, so the world is a safer and better place now, in my humble opinion.

But more important to me is the fact that recently this blog passed a year of bringing what interests me to the Web on a regular to somewhat-regular basis. I apologize for not always being meeting my own schedule of posting something on a daily basis, but real life has gotten in the way sometimes.

It’s been a good year, and I want to thank each and every one of you who has read what I’ve been talking about.

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Please don’t feel I’ve deserted you all. It’s just that real life gets in the way of blogging sometimes. I’m working on a couple of projects that require some time away from blogging, but I will be back as soon as I can!  Thanks!

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One of the things that has made the Internet so popular is that it’s free! Anyone can pretty much, within reason, do anything they want on here. However, that may not always be the case.

Here’s a story about a blogger having to pay for her use of the Web:

>>Philly requiring bloggers to pay $300 for a business license

By Mark Hemingway

It looks like cash hungry local governments are getting awfully rapacious these days: View full article »

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