Respectful Insolence

On the road again…

Like many, I’m heading out of state today to visit family and friends and celebrate the season. Just like the last time I took a vacation, because my Internet access will be sporadic, I’ve scheduled some new material to appear over the next couple of days, but for the most part while I’m gone I’ve scheduled the reposting of a bunch of material from the old blog, this being the perfect excuse to move it over to the new.

However, blogging being what it is, an obsessive activity, time and Internet connection allowing, I’ll almost certainly find an excuse to post a bit of new material to save you from nothing but repeats. However, I do plan on not going overboard, the better to recharge my blogging batteries to start 2007 tanned, rested, and ready. (OK, not tanned. I won’t be going any place where I could get a tan.) Besides, traffic fell precipitously last year between Christmas and New Years, anyway. I don’t know if it will be the same now that I’ve moved to ScienceBlogs, but people just seem to have a lot better things to do during this time of the year than spend a lot of time reading blogs. Things should be starting to get back to normal by the weekend of New Years Day and will definitely be back to normal by January 2.

Happy Holidays, all, and enjoy some Classic (and not-so-Classic) Insolence. I will check in once every day or two, depending on Internet access, to see what everyone’s up to. Play nice while I’m away…

Comments

  1. #1 Alain
    December 22, 2006

    Merry christmas and have some good vacation :-)

    Alain

  2. #2 Robin Peters
    December 22, 2006

    I have a hunch you will be so busy with holiday celebrations that you might not see this until after the holidays, but I hope you have happy ones.

  3. #3 Dawn
    December 23, 2006

    Have a safe trip, Orac. Enjoy the hometowns and you and your wife have a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! (I’m going home for Xmas next year…)

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