I'M BACK from a month that was both busy and bizarre. In the aftermath of the Mumbai blasts, several ISPs (including mine) in India blocked BlogSpot.com, TypePad.com, and Geocities.com. This left me (and countless other bloggers) helplessly silent amidst the media hysteria following the terrorist surprises of the past six weeks. This afternoon, I was going to sit down and write about how July was not too jolly and how August augured badly. Then I realized that the events in India, the Middle East, and the United Kingdom have already reached some semblance of an ending. For the time being, I can write about hopeful things.
I am so glad to return to the blogosphere that I spent the whole afternoon today tweaking the site, reclassifying the posts into various categories, and organizing my list of links to other sites worth reading. Keep watching this space. More precisely, watch the space on the left.
It's good to have you back in the blogosphere!
Ah, it never occurred to me that the ISP site-blocking fiasco had something to do with your absence from the blogosphere. And I thought all along you were just as busy as I was, hehe ;-)
hey! yeah i read about this in Time! Good to see thngs are back now.
Good to see you too, Saba, Sieni, Jason, and Lindsay!
I didn't realize you all posted back here until I checked the comments-moderation page, so here you are. Blame my senility.
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