Have a Wonderful Christmas and New Year
21 December 2007
I wish the readers of The Local and all of Australia’s bloggers a very happy Christmas and New Year!
I sincerely appreciate the people who read this blog. I’m thankful for your attention. I would especially like to thank the people who took the time to comment. Receiving a comment is humbling and pleasing because you know someone is listening. Muchos gracias.
I do hope that 2007 has been a great year for you as it has for me. It was year of renewal and learning that I have enjoyed.
And I wish that 2008 brings you much success, happiness and good health.
For the people who can’t get enough blogging about blogging, I’ve got a few posts scheduled (thank you WordPress for your timestamp feature) for the couple of weeks after Christmas while I’m unplugged from the matrix. Nasty tricks of blackhat SEO bastards, review of Australian blogging in 2007, details of the business blogging aggregator that will be launching in January which will be the precursor to 50 or so Australian topic focused microsphere aggregators here at blogs.com.au in 2008 and some useful blogging resolutions to get more out of your blog right from the start of the new year. So if your are not at the beach, buried in a book, watching the cricket or doing any one of the other multitude of summer possibilities then at least some blogging about blogging exists for you here at The Local.
Officially unplugged from the matrix.