'You're still in my feed reader' - words to warm my heart.
Gee, since I last used Typepad, it's become very fancy. It's all one-click and drag and link these days. Which is almost enough to turn me off blogging, for I, strangely, enjoy talking in this forum to you, my feed readers, rather than to my in-real-daily-life people. A little bit of distance enables an intense form of intimacy and allows the thoughts and feelings some space to emerge. But two years on from this kind-of-anonymous blog, Facebook and Twitter have just about dashed anonymity to pieces, as we've seen in the recent Grog outing and as discussed by Annabel Crabb.
I've been Facebooking with the best of them, at first under my nom de keyboard and then with my real name. But that's a fairly limited vehicle for development of ideas. Which is why I'm drawn back to the blog. But I'm unsure whether to draw the attention of all my FB Friends to the blog, as there would go the remaining shreds of pseudonymity.
Still trying to work that one out...
[I don't think I have the subscribe-to-comments feature enabled, anyway, I will add some comments to the last post.]