“I’m Not Dead Yet!”

Room with 30 cats, including one on the ironing board and another on a ladder; clothes hung to dry on makeshift line; in doorway a man in a tub is saying, "Like a duck. Calm and placid on the surface, but paddling like hell. That's me!"

New Yorker Cartoon
George Booth

It’s true. I haven’t been posting regularly in a long time, and there’s a good reason for that. Not only has the migration of this blog to a new platform been stressful, but I’ve been taking the opportunity to add many new features. In addition, I’ve tweaked the two hundred fifty-two posts and dozen or so pages I’ve already written: speeding things up; fixing hundreds of broken links; correcting a grammatical or spelling error or two; updating to HTML 5; adding media; taking advantage of platform features; improving accessibility; and many more tiny tweaks behind the scenes, most of which you may never notice. But I have new posts in draft ready to be published!

However, there are some other big projects I am working on which will launch early next year, and are designed to provide my visitors with a lot of new, interesting (at least to people like me) content. The first one is a huge task, and I’m about a quarter of the way through it, but it should be ready for at least partial launch on New Year’s Day, 2015. This will probably be updated through the year as new information comes to light, so 2016 will be even more complex.

In the meantime, you may want to be ready to keep up with all the new stuff that is going to be happening. If you are so inclined, you may connect on Twitter or Google+ so that when launch date comes, you’ll be prepared! And later on, things will be happening on the YouTube channel, too.

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