- Why I blog
- Blog Against Disabilism Day: The Seeing Spouse was one of my best received posts, also one of the most personal.
- The Fifth Carnival of Bad History was one of my most successful posts ever in terms of traffic and raising my profile among smart bloggers.
- The DiagonAlley v. Ahistoricality blogwar was exciting.
- My Comments Policy has gotten noticed, and imitated; my good luck to decide to write it just when people were starting to think seriously about this.
- I was proud of my Hypocrisy Watch index during the Terry Schiavo debacle -- it's really the only way I could write about that without exploding off the page -- and that theme has come up again and again here.
- This brief discussion of civil discourse is still a touchstone of mine, as are these theological comments
- Possibly my favorite title ever: When Sex, Liberalism, Parenting, Advertising, Law, Risk-Aversion and Puritanism collide. Also a very interesting piece
- Tips for reading post-terrorist attack commentary is my personal nomination for "most underappreciated."
- Quizzes and Memes, really one of the reasons I started this blog.
- Thursday Verses, including a few original works, mostly in short (haiku, limerick, fib) forms
- Quotations collection, which I really ought to get back to, including some great quotation resource links
- Photography is not a new interest of mine, but sharing it here is.
- More or less annual comparison of underreported stories.
- Finally, of course, the raison d'etre of my nom de blog: Ahistoricality Alerts, my irregular but urgent contributions to historical literacy.
- Probably my funniest post: The Diet of Penguins. It's also a spam magnet, for obvious reasons.
- One line review: Harry Potter v. 6
- Mix Spam, Jedi, and Viagra... and laugh.
- This little item is one of my most frequently trafficked posts, thanks to search engines. So is Grrl googling.
Good luck with your other projects. I hope this doesn't mean you are not going to still visit the Dougout and leave comments occassionally.
I'll still be out and about sometimes; I'm sure I'll be over at your place.
I haven't run out of things to say, just need to say them elsewhere for a while.
All the links to your comment policy seem to have disappeared.
That's true, which is odd, because I know I got links from a couple of other blogs (Orac -- which was a Blogger blog -- and Slant Truth, as well as Sour Duck). I wonder if their database of links expires after a while?
Enjoy your blog vacation! I'll be looking forward to your return, whenever you're ready to take it up again.
Everyone needs a break now and then. Thanks for the links to your "good stuff" yet I've always enjoyed all of your posts. :)
A break can be a good thing... helped me keep what little remaining sanity I had. Take care of yourself and send out a mass email when you get back. I'll be waiting.
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