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First post of the New Year

It's not exactly a New Year's Resolution, but I have been thinking about how to revive the diary aspect of this blog.

I've been doing a little bit of that on my G+ account, and it has advantages and disadvantages over the blog. The bit advantage is that people do actually respond to what I write over there, much more than they do here. The major disadvantage is that formatting is primitive to non-existant on G+, and I can't write without at least being able to do headers and bullet lists.

One of my ideas is to keep a diary of books I've read and movies I've seen. If there's a brief comment about one that doesn't seem to warrant a full post, I'll comment at G+, but monthly or so I'll post the list, with links to Amazon so that if you want to buy them I get a little money, and links to any blog or G+ posts I've been inspired to write.

So I'm not promising any specific number of posts, but you will be seeing some more about life in general here this year than you did last year.

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