Back to Blogging

Back to Blogging

October 13, 2005

Sorry I have been away so long. And thanks to those who have written to encourage me to get back to blogging. As some of you know, I’ve been distracted lately, in a quite wonderful way, by our new arrival. Even so, I was ready to start posting again about a month or so ago when my recently upgraded blog software suffered a near mortal technoblow that prevented me — or anyone else — from accessing my blog. After much investigation and 11 trouble tickets filed with my hosting company, the problem turned out to be a mysql access code error. If any of you have ever had one of those you know how painful they can be.

Anyway, I am back in the saddle with a new thought. Rather than wait for some particular topic to cross my mind as being especially blogworthy– as has been my habit — I am going to follow some often heard advice I have received and make more regular posts.

Oh, by the way, I’ve put together this online shopping comparison website guide for my own use and thought others might also find it handy to have a list of all these sites in one place.

About the Author /

My published work since 1985 has focused mostly on public policy, technology, science, education and business. I’ve written more than 600 articles for a variety of magazines, journals and newspapers on these often interrelated subjects. The topics I have covered include analysis of progressive approaches to higher education, entrepreneurial trends, e-learning strategies, business management, open source software, alternative energy research and development, voting technologies, streaming media platforms, online electioneering, biotech research, patent and tax law reform, federal nanotechnology policies and tech stocks.

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