Unintended Consequences

If you subscribe to Switched at Birth in a reader or by some other method, you may be starting to see a whole flood of posts. That's because while I was on sabbatical, I put all of the archives into a suspended animation state by moving them from "publish" back to "draft." 

Now that I've gotten all my running around out of my system and am missing the hell out of home base, I am moving the archives from "draft" status back to "publish." I am also trying to get the patchwork quilt into a standard look, and update the categories, too.  I'll try to get this done and over with as quickly as possible.

The archives begin with September, 2003, so this walk down memory lane will take a few days.

I'm eager to tell you about my short-lived experience as a "content producer." I'm still chewing on it, and need the weekend to write about it.

3 thoughts on “Unintended Consequences

  1. Tis the nice thing about rss readers…they let you keep up even when you aren’t really trying. Besides, I find it amazing we seemed to walk among the same group of bloggers for so long and didn’t connect any sooner.

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