If you had known that the continuation of this blog past the end of January would be determined by the amount of traffic it drew, would you have visited it more? I like to think some people would have. I toyed with the idea of an entry along the lines of the famous National Lampoon cover: "Buy this magazine or we’ll shoot this puppy."
But rest assured. Though the site has not been in any danger of exceeding its monthly bandwidth allowance, it’s had a respectable amount of traffic, enough for me to allow my 30-day TypePad trial to roll over and to maintain the site. I think I will even spring for a few more dollars per month and upgrade the account so that I’ll get a better choice of templates, and spruce the place up a bit.
I’m suffering somewhat from Internet overload, and concern that starting this blog would make that syndrome somewhat worse has proven to be well founded. Accordingly, I am not going to try to greatly increase the frequency of posting, but I will try to keep something new appearing every few days or so.
Thank you for reading. I have an interesting post from Daniel that I should have up later this evening (I’m in Central Time, and it’s currently about 7:45). And to the several people to whom I owe email, I’ll be catching up on that, too.
Note the new sub-title above. "Squabbling toward a Catholic culture" was a late-night off-the-top-of-my-head thing, and while it’s amusing and accurate I thought I’d be a bit more serious, at least for a while.