05 August 2008 by Published in: Blogging 2 comments

As I’ve mentioned here previously, I get an e-mail every time a comment is posted to this blog. Pingbacks from other blogs qualify as comments, and I get these regularly. The vast majority of those pingbacks are from splogs (spam blogs) and I immediately delete them as spam. Because of that, I check them carefully when they come in. Today, one came through from an interesting looking new blog. I checked it out and liked what I saw, so I’m adding it to the blog roll.

It’s got the intriguing name of Past in the Present, and it’s maintained by a fellow named Michael Lynch. Here’s how he describes himself: “I’m an East Tennessee native with a master’s degree in U.S. History and an interest in the American Revolution in the South. I’ve done a little college-level teaching, I used to do collections/exhibits at a Lincoln/Civil War museum, and I’m a former executive director at a late-1700’s historic house site.”

Welcome aboard, Michael. I’ve added a link from my blog roll.

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Comments

  1. Michael Lynch
    Tue 05th Aug 2008 at 4:55 pm

    Thanks for the plug! I’ve been a reader of your blog for some time, and I’ve always found it interesting. I’ve also got your Gettysburg retreat book on my reading list, and I’m looking forward to digging into it.

    Michael Lynch

  2. Tue 05th Aug 2008 at 10:33 pm

    Welcome, Michael.

    You have a nice blog and I will be dropping by from time to time.

    tps
    Theodore P. Savas
    Savas Beatie LLC
    http://www.savasbeatie.com

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