05 November 2006 by Published in: Blogging 1 comment

The blogging software that I use tells me every time that a comment is posted to this blog. It’s really quite a nice feature, because it permits me to screen out unacceptable comments before they ever hit the website. It’s also quite nice, because it means that I can see just who’s visiting and leaving me comments.

This evening, I was very pleasantly surprised to see that a very old friend posted a couple of comments to the blog. We’ve know each other for 25 years now, and in many ways, we grew up together. We haven’t actually seen each other in more than 20 years, but we’ve stayed in touch over the decades, and it was really nice to see that my old friend not only found this blog, but also found indulging my rantings interesting enough to leave me a couple of comments. What a wonderful way to stay in contact with an old friend!

The power of blogging never ceases to amaze me, and the posting of the comments by my old friend serves as just another example of it.

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Comments

  1. Sun 05th Nov 2006 at 10:51 pm

    Blogging rules!

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