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Posted By: David Burton New posts, please leave comments - 06/19/11 12:58 AM
From the very beginning of this latest foray into creating an internet space, I have been building my blog as if it were itself a work of art in progress, and that it would serve as a place where certain kinds of information was stored so that at any time one would just dive in and eventually read all the posts. I hope it works out that way.

Please leave comments.
Posted By: gooddog Re: New posts, please leave comments - 06/19/11 02:01 AM
I'm sorry, I don't mean to offend, but I think blogs are narcissitic and no more interesting than tweets. 'Not going there.
Posted By: David Burton Re: New posts, please leave comments - 07/02/11 02:07 AM
Fine Deborah, perhaps others would disagree.
Posted By: liszt85 Re: New posts, please leave comments - 07/02/11 02:12 AM
I do disagree. Blogs are meant to put thought into writing which is a useful process for the thinker. It also proves useful for many readers. In my own blog, I talk more often about my follies and failures than my successes at the piano. So I don't see how blogs are narcissistic. Anyway, your blog looks interesting, will take a look sometime.
Posted By: Mark_C Re: New posts, please leave comments - 07/02/11 02:18 AM
Originally Posted by gooddog
I'm sorry, I don't mean to offend, but I think blogs are narcissistic and no more interesting than tweets. 'Not going there.

Let me put it somewhere in between. smile

I think blogs have their purpose and are of interest to many people, but may not be particularly of interest to most people who post mainly on discussion boards -- like many of us here.
Posted By: Sparky McBiff Re: New posts, please leave comments - 07/02/11 02:30 AM
Originally Posted by gooddog
I'm sorry, I don't mean to offend, but I think blogs are narcissitic and no more interesting than tweets. 'Not going there.



The term "blog" encompasses a WIDE variety of styles,themes and topics and to say that all "blogs are narcissistic" shows a complete misunderstanding of the term.
They are not simply "diaries" where people only talk about what they did that day, which seems to be the impression that you have.

For example I often read the "Bad Astronomy" blog which is a part of Discover magazine and it brings up various discoveries and issues in astronomy.
How anyone could think that this is "narcissistic" is beyond me.
Posted By: gooddog Re: New posts, please leave comments - 07/02/11 02:37 AM
Originally Posted by Sparky McBiff
The term "blog" encompasses a WIDE variety of styles,themes and topics and to say that all "blogs are narcissistic" shows a complete misunderstanding of the term. They are not simply "diaries" where people only talk about what they did that day, which seems to be the impression that you have.
You are right. That is the only kind of blog I have been exposed to. Pardon me.
Posted By: Sparky McBiff Re: New posts, please leave comments - 07/02/11 02:49 AM
Originally Posted by gooddog
Originally Posted by Sparky McBiff
The term "blog" encompasses a WIDE variety of styles,themes and topics and to say that all "blogs are narcissistic" shows a complete misunderstanding of the term. They are not simply "diaries" where people only talk about what they did that day, which seems to be the impression that you have.
You are right. That is the only kind of blog I have been exposed to. Pardon me.


No problem at all.
If it's any help, I agree with you completely when it comes to those types of blogs where people just wright about themselves.
Boring.
Posted By: david_a Re: New posts, please leave comments - 07/02/11 03:26 AM
Originally Posted by gooddog
Originally Posted by Sparky McBiff
The term "blog" encompasses a WIDE variety of styles,themes and topics and to say that all "blogs are narcissistic" shows a complete misunderstanding of the term. They are not simply "diaries" where people only talk about what they did that day, which seems to be the impression that you have.
You are right. That is the only kind of blog I have been exposed to. Pardon me.
Many many blogs ARE the kind you have come to dislike. However, all that a blog really is is a section of a website that has been made very easy for the owner to add new written material without having to re-build the whole website each time. Smart people can use them too. smile
Posted By: BruceD Re: New posts, please leave comments - 07/02/11 04:58 AM
This thread has given me the opportunity to ask or imply some questions as, in my limited experience with blogs and bloggers, I have yet to fully understand their function or purpose. Perhaps some of you more familiar with the phenomenon can enlighten me.

The success of bloggers sites must, in part, be determined by the way in which they are organized. I have visited some, written by seemingly educated individuals that I see as displaying a random, disorganized, scattershot of their various and diverse interests. Perhaps some of those interests and comments on them may be of interest to me, but if there is no organization to the site, I'm not about to spend time scanning through pages of reflections on someone's personal and psychological challenges, Grandma Gertie's strawberry-rhubarb preserve recipes and anecdotes about the family cat to find that deeply buried but fascinating article about the vintage Chickering grand that was found in pristine condition in the neighborhood church's basement.

If blogs are the Internet equivalent of unorganized random thoughts about any number of topics of a varying degree of interest, if there is no "index" to the accumulating pages of writings, who would be attracted to them?

Even Mr. Burton's blog, which does have an index of sorts, has a "Home Page" that begins in medias res, as it were, with an article on his discovery of Lief Ove Andsnes, followed by writings on :
- an electric supercar
- a plaque on a bench in a park
- a film about Jelly Roll Morton
- "Why We Don't Have More Beethovens"
- a day in New York's Piano Row
- Sturm und Drang in Mozart

These are mostly music-related, admitted, but I'm still genuinely curious as to why these should be of interest to the general public, with what authority or skepticism they should be read when the writer is not necessarily a known quantity - no disrespect intended - and if it is also expected that the casual passer-by would scroll through this long home page to find what may interest him.

Are we, the uninitiated from the masses, expected to become faithful followers of certain bloggers, or do we randomly pick and choose when we have some free time to browse? How do we pick and choose, and if that is the modus operandi is it not discouraging for the blogger who writes not knowing that his writing is going to be read?

If a blogger, generally unknown to the public, does not have a pertinent bio on his blog with his credentials giving some kind of background who he is and adding, thereby, credence to his writings, why do we want to spend time reading his/her musings, opinions and observations? Or are bloggers writing for their friends whom they invite in the hopes that those friends will spread the word about the particular blog? Or are we expected, without foreknowledge, to randomly read through blogs until we find a kindred soul whose writings strike a chord in our own psyche? It seems that that would be the equivalent of the proverbial haystack needle search.

Sometimes context of a particular blog is missing, as in the interview(s) with David Burton on his blog, and that lack of context gives rise to as many questions as it may present answers or information : Why was Mr. Burton being interviewed, what was the occasion of the interview, who was the interviewer, why should the public - who may not know Mr. Burton - want to read his responses to an interviewer's questions?

There certainly appears to be some of what Deborah sees in the blogs she has visited in those that I have visited, randomly, of course. If, as liszt85 says : "Blogs are meant to put thought into writing which is a useful process for the thinker. It also proves useful for many readers." my responding question would be : "If putting into writing is an aid to the resolution of certain thought processes for the writer, why is it necessary to post those writings for the world to read? Why not just keep a personal diary for one's own reflection and edification?" It may be true that some readers may find those musings "helpful" (how, by the way?), but it again seems that the likelihood of finding "helpful" musings/reflections/thoughts from others is on a scale that would make the search extremely time-consuming and frequently unrewarding if not frustrating.

I used to read with some pleasure and respect David Burton's well-written contributions to the Piano Forum a few years ago; but his calling his own blog site a work of art does seem, at best, a bit premature - unless, of course, Mr. Burton and I have a different concept of what constitutes a work of art.

I would suggest to Mr. Burton, since he asks for suggestions, and to other bloggers as well, that a short "bio" giving whatever background might help give credibility to the contents of his blog would be welcomed by many a passer-by; knowing something about the author of the comments written and the recommendations made might encourage the reader to pursue the blog rather than passing over it.

Comments, explanations and elucidations welcome!

Regards,
Posted By: liszt85 Re: New posts, please leave comments - 07/02/11 06:07 AM
Originally Posted by BruceD
If, as liszt85 says : "Blogs are meant to put thought into writing which is a useful process for the thinker. It also proves useful for many readers." my responding question would be : "If putting into writing is an aid to the resolution of certain thought processes for the writer, why is it necessary to post those writings for the world to read? Why not just keep a personal diary for one's own reflection and edification?" It may be true that some readers may find those musings "helpful" (how, by the way?), but it again seems that the likelihood of finding "helpful" musings/reflections/thoughts from others is on a scale that would make the search extremely time-consuming and frequently unrewarding if not frustrating.


The process of elucidation, like I said, can help both me and other people who are interested in the same topics as I am. The fact that 6-7 people have subscribed to my blog for example is proof of that. Why would anybody subscribe if they were not interested in the content? A couple of PW members (including one that I sparred with, Turandot) have told me that they found the stuff there interesting.

Maybe you and Deborah are just not used to reading blogs. I find many diverse things interesting. I sometimes read Physics blogs, Chess blogs, Music blogs (these are things that I do myself, so no surprise there) and I also read random biochemistry blogs, genetics blogs, etc. Some of them are very organized, some aren't. There's good information to be found in both kinds and I don't mind spending the time to parse all that. I'm sure there are others like me who find many diverse topics interesting. Reading blogs is a good way to find information in a condensed form rather than a scattered form such as on a forum. Blogs offer viewpoints of individuals (and a lot of them actually have background info about the writer. My first post on my blog provides background info on my musical experience so that people know what experience I bring in to my writing so that they can decide if they want to take me seriously or not), forums offer hundreds of different views on any single topic. Both have their advantages and disadvantages and there's useful information in both kinds of organizations of information.

I can go on and on about this but I hope that gives you some sense of what I mean when I say that I'm sure there are many people who find blogs interesting for the right reasons. Blogs (including blogs that mainly write about personal thoughts and experiences) aren't written because people are narcissistic. That is such a naive and uninformed view of things.
Posted By: apple* Re: New posts, please leave comments - 07/02/11 01:44 PM
I only visit two blogs and one of them is David's.

Bruce// blogs can be what the author wants them to be.

I started a blog to document our homebuilding progress. of little use to anyone, but we could refer people to a group of pictures

I know sick people who have blogs to document their unprogress for relatives.

I have chef friends who post their recipes

and I follow a fashion blog because I am a secret fashionista.


Posted By: BruceD Re: New posts, please leave comments - 07/02/11 05:22 PM
Thank you for those last two posts; they help clarify and confirm certain thoughts I had about blogs.

I can certainly see the interest in blogs that focus on a particular topic or area of specialization, and I can also see the limited but fairly obvious interest in blogs posted by family members for their relatives and friends.

Similarly, blogs written by known practitioners and experts in a given field would also attract interest of like-minded hobbyists and professionals. Otherwise, I don't know where one would find the time to randomly browse in the off chance that something of interest might surface in an unknown's writings.

Regards,
Posted By: david_a Re: New posts, please leave comments - 07/02/11 05:22 PM
The only reason to have a blog is to have a place where it's especially easy to add new items, which are catalogued automatically by date. It's different from a website, and using a blog means that one has chosen to jot down a quick piece of writing rather than spend time and effort indexing and organizing.

Analogy: There's a good reason that newspapers aren't bound and provided with an index and a bibliography. smile
Posted By: david_a Re: New posts, please leave comments - 07/02/11 05:24 PM
(For the above reason I would question the idea of blog as work of art. A work of art generally requires exactly the kind of care and attention that blogs are meant to eliminate from consideration.)
Posted By: BruceD Re: New posts, please leave comments - 07/02/11 05:35 PM
Originally Posted by david_a
The only reason to have a blog is to have a place where it's especially easy to add new items, which are catalogued automatically by date. It's different from a website, and using a blog means that one has chosen to jot down a quick piece of writing rather than spend time and effort indexing and organizing.

Analogy: There's a good reason that newspapers aren't bound and provided with an index and a bibliography. smile


Any newspaper I have ever read is indeed indexed, not only generally, by section, (Arts, Sports, Life, Local News, International News, etc.) but also by subject, often on the first page.

I would call cataloguing by date a chronological listing rather than a cataloguing, but perhaps that's just a question of semantics. In one of my previous references I suggested that not knowing the contents of a blogger's increasingly lengthy pages on a website - pages which could be devoted to a myriad of subjects, related and unrelated - seems a deterrent for those seeking information rather than just idly browsing to see what might come up.

Maybe "time and effort indexing and organizing" would encourage readership, but perhaps bloggers aren't primarily interested in attracting readers. Then, why do they post?

I think it somewhat rare that a reader would consult a blog in order to read what Tom Smith had to say about anything on April 14, 2010 unless, of course, Tom Smith were an intimate of the reader or if Tom Smith were a known quantity on a given topic.

I'm still trying to understand the rationale behind this new foray into information overload from - sometimes - unknown sources.

Regards,
Posted By: david_a Re: New posts, please leave comments - 07/02/11 05:47 PM
Bruce, you just aren't frivolous enough, that's all! smile
Posted By: david_a Re: New posts, please leave comments - 07/02/11 06:09 PM
Web search engines index every word. I think blogs take advantage of that fact.
Posted By: BruceD Re: New posts, please leave comments - 07/02/11 07:41 PM
Originally Posted by david_a
Bruce, you just aren't frivolous enough, that's all! smile


Ain't that the truth! smile
Posted By: wr Re: New posts, please leave comments - 07/02/11 10:42 PM
Originally Posted by BruceD

Similarly, blogs written by known practitioners and experts in a given field would also attract interest of like-minded hobbyists and professionals.


PW seems like a multiple-participant blog to me, at times. Some people seem to treat it like a chat room, though, which is a bit different.
Posted By: Andromaque Re: New posts, please leave comments - 07/02/11 11:16 PM
If we were to apply the same standards across PW, I would argue that this is not the "right time and place" to put down bloggers and accuse that global collective of narcissism. After all it was a gentle invitation to please leave comments if, as "hoped" by the OP, some members were to read his blog. Moreover the OP is a long term member and active participant here.

In other news, the blog genre is here to stay. There are many interesting and relevant blogs. For Bruce, I would mention a few "high end" blogs that are focused on Classical music and Opera:

Norman Lebrecht's blog (probably the top in Classical music)
Jessica Duchen's blog (she writes for The Independent, http://jessicamusic.blogspot.com)
Anne Midgette's blog (music critic for The Washington Post)
Alex Ross (music critic for The New Yorker)
Greg Sandow's blog (very well written, serious and not frivolous smile )
Intermezzo (Opera reviews)
On an Overgrown path (highly interesting but heterogeneous interests in music; excellent links to interviews with musicians etc)
Stephen Hough's blog at The Guardian
Opera is magic (currently has several Schubert lieder sung by Simon Keelyside with Malcolm Martineau on the piano )

Opera is Magic
Posted By: liszt85 Re: New posts, please leave comments - 07/03/11 12:16 AM
Originally Posted by Andromaque
If we were to apply the same standards across PW, I would argue that this is not the "right time and place" to put down bloggers and accuse that global collective of narcissism. After all it was a gentle invitation to please leave comments if, as "hoped" by the OP, some members were to read his blog. Moreover the OP is a long term member and active participant here.


thumb Your post is very appropriate given the "right time and place" arguments people have been giving for using the notify button in recent threads.
Posted By: sophial Re: New posts, please leave comments - 07/03/11 01:41 AM
Jeremy Denk's blog is great too!

Andromaque, I agree. If people do not like or understand blogs, they should not read them. I enjoy David's blogs and posts here.
Posted By: Andromaque Re: New posts, please leave comments - 07/03/11 02:03 AM
Yep. I forgot Denk, but he has not been keeping it up to date. He is too busy I bet.
Posted By: David Burton Re: New posts, please leave comments - 10/07/11 11:41 PM
Bruce, and others, in the manner of a conversation:

“Mr. Burton's blog, which does have an index of sorts, has a "Home Page" that begins in medias res, as it were, with an article on his discovery of Lief Ove Andsnes, followed by writings on :

- an electric supercar [Yes, it's something that my regular readers might enjoy, at least afew of them]
- a plaque on a bench in a park [Similar, concerning a park in Eastern New York]
- a film about Jelly Roll Morton [That one certainly got a lot of hits]
- "Why We Don't Have More Beethovens"
- a day in New York's Piano Row
- Sturm und Drang in Mozart

These are mostly music-related, admitted, but I'm still genuinely curious as to why these should be of interest to the general public, with what authority or scepticism they should be read when the writer is not necessarily a known quantity - no disrespect intended - and if it is also expected that the casual passer-by would scroll through this long home page to find what may interest him.”

Well, along the right-hand side is of course the index and below that the About Me, and that's about all one gets from most bloggers. I read others' blogs and rate a great deal of what they say by the way it is written and whether the content agrees with other independently verifiable sources; standard journalistic logic. You can search the blog, that's on the right-hand side too, and you can read it as one would an anthology. Most of my postings will be about music so if one isn't partial to music or the music I like then, as one would in a shopping mall, one would move on. I should think that pretty obvious.

“Are we, the uninitiated from the masses, expected to become faithful followers of certain bloggers, or do we randomly pick and choose when we have some free time to browse?”

I have my favourite bloggers I read all the time on a variety of subjects from politics to gardening. Why would one read what others have written? Why wouldn't one just try and see whether what someone said might work by oneself? One blogs to exchange information on a variety of levels. As for the narcissism bit, mentioned earlier, you can usually separate those from the rest of the blogs; they are usually about the personal lives and habits of the authors and are as Bruce says, frequently displayed in a chaotic way so that very often you can't even read them.

“How do we pick and choose, and if that is the modus operandi is it not discouraging for the blogger who writes not knowing that his writing is going to be read?”

There are ways to indicate interest, counters, and so far I get my share of hits so something is working. One picks and chooses based on interest and probably quality of presentation more than anything else. I'm well aware that, odd though it is, the internet makes some more illiterate while forcing the literate to deal with new means at getting at their beloved printed word. I've known voracious readers, have been one myself, though it does strain the eyes and mine aren't the greatest.

“If a blogger, generally unknown to the public, does not have a pertinent bio on his blog with his credentials giving some kind of background who he is and adding, thereby, credence to his writings, why do we want to spend time reading his/her musings, opinions and observations?”

This is the most pointed question of all. Now needless to say, someone such as myself must have had some kind of education. Considering my natural handicaps and limitations, I was fortunate enough to get to know not only what the rudimentary elements of knowledge were, according to the authorities, but the curious and often insidious means used by people, who otherwise might be considered common bunko artists, to gain fame and money for themselves. So, I'm putting you up against your own question; do you need proper credence given to everything you read, and if so why? Why in fact would you be so easily satisfied by mere credentials when someone tells you something in plain English that you can easily verify one way or another for yourself? (I wonder some times.)

“Or are bloggers writing for their friends whom they invite in the hopes that those friends will spread the word about the particular blog?”

Excuse me, but that's so obviously the case, else why would any of us be doing it?

“Or are we expected, without foreknowledge, to randomly read through blogs until we find a kindred soul whose writings strike a chord in our own psyche?”

Gee, how do you find your friends? I guess you might be of the kind who uses an agency to screen all your potential contacts.

“It seems that that would be the equivalent of the proverbial haystack needle search.”

Well, you know, somehow the world manages to go on and people do find each other. Amazing!

“Sometimes context of a particular blog is missing, as in the interview(s) with David Burton on his blog, and that lack of context gives rise to as many questions as it may present answers or information: Why was Mr. Burton being interviewed,”

It's a method of conveying information.

“what was the occasion of the interview,”

Unimportant.

“who was the interviewer,”

LOL, unimportant, I won't reveal all my secrets that easily.

“why should the public - who may not know Mr. Burton - want to read his responses to an interviewer's questions?”

It's kind of like that movie, Field of Dreams, if I build it, they will come.

“There certainly appears to be some of what Deborah sees in the blogs she has visited in those that I have visited, randomly, of course. If, as liszt85 says : "Blogs are meant to put thought into writing which is a useful process for the thinker. It also proves useful for many readers." my responding question would be : "If putting into writing is an aid to the resolution of certain thought processes for the writer, why is it necessary to post those writings for the world to read? Why not just keep a personal diary for one's own reflection and edification?"

Hey, did it ever occur to you that it would pretty silly to learn to read and write if the only stuff you were likely to read was your own. Um, is anyone else getting this?

“It may be true that some readers may find those musings "helpful" (how, by the way?), but it again seems that the likelihood of finding "helpful" musings/reflections/thoughts from others is on a scale that would make the search extremely time-consuming and frequently unrewarding if not frustrating.”

It just depends.

“I used to read with some pleasure and respect David Burton's well-written contributions to the Piano Forum a few years ago [Thank-you!]; but his calling his own blog site a work of art does seem, at best, a bit premature - unless, of course, Mr. Burton and I have a different concept of what constitutes a work of art.”

Hmmmmm, so I guess I'm premature as in the thing ain't finished and I ain't got no call to callin it a work of art til lit is.

“I would suggest to Mr. Burton, since he asks for suggestions, and to other bloggers as well, that a short "bio" giving whatever background might help give credibility to the contents of his blog would be welcomed by many a passer-by; knowing something about the author of the comments written and the recommendations made might encourage the reader to pursue the blog rather than passing over it.”

Well now, this bit that follows is right smack-dab there on my blog for all to see:

About Me
David Burton

Upon graduation from University of the Pacific in 1973, attended Cal State U, Hayward, then worked for IBM at Santa Teresa Lab. In 1984 moved to New York City and worked for Morgan Stanley, Citigroup, The Federal Reserve Bank, and others. In 1990 moved to Atlanta and worked for Dunn & Bradstreet, IBM and others. In 1994 moved back to upstate New York and worked under contract and ad hoc situations since. Married from 1985 to 1994, wife deceased, with two adult children. Legally blind. To communicate with David, please send him an e-mail with David Burton's Blog in the subject line to dpbmss@aol.com

“Estonia 190 in satin ebony”

Yessir, that be a nice piano!
Posted By: cubop Re: New posts, please leave comments - 10/08/11 12:37 AM
Concerning blogs in general, I have found extremely useful information on some blogs, and interesting things on others. There are some nice blogs from Pianoworld members I read sometimes.
Concerning Beethoven, for me there are only two great Bs in classical music, Bach and Beethoven, and they also happen to be the two greatest composers, I think. Well, there are some others that are not so bad either.
And to David Burton: I guess you do not consider your pianist Hall of Fame complete. Fine that you discovered Andsnes. There are people who can play the piano in Norway too.
Posted By: BruceD Re: New posts, please leave comments - 10/08/11 02:07 AM
Gosh, talk about delayed broadcasting!
Posted By: David Burton Re: New posts, please leave comments - 10/13/11 06:07 PM
Just Google Linton Bequest David Burton. Enjoy!

http://dpbmss041010.blogspot.com/p/linton-bequest-by-david-burton.html
Posted By: Lain Re: New posts, please leave comments - 10/13/11 07:20 PM
Originally Posted by David Burton
Just Google Linton Bequest David Burton. Enjoy!

http://dpbmss041010.blogspot.com/p/linton-bequest-by-david-burton.html


Is this relevant? Just wondering if I should click on this link or not...
Posted By: aidans Re: New posts, please leave comments - 10/13/11 10:41 PM
I'm a big fan of blogs, even the narcissistic variety.

It's not as if there's a limited amount of "space" on the internet. Every now and then, I get on a kit-car kick, and I read blogs by people who build them. Or I get on an astronomy kick and read astronomy blogs. It's fun to browse travel blogs before going on a trip somewhere, or political blogs before a dinner party, to arm oneself with conversation topics.

I don't really read any blogs religiously, other than my sister's (whose day-to-day comings and goings are actually of interest to me, since she's on the other side of the country). I leave it to google to handle the cataloging and indexing, and just look for whatever I'm feeling interested in.

For an inquisitive mind, it's a pretty cool time to be alive. smile
Posted By: Pogorelich. Re: New posts, please leave comments - 10/14/11 03:45 AM
Originally Posted by gooddog
I'm sorry, I don't mean to offend, but I think blogs are narcissitic and no more interesting than tweets. 'Not going there.


How can they not be at least a little interesting? Anything about someone sharing their thoughts can be interesting; there will always be something you might find useful or simply beautifully put. Like unique expressions. I love reading (good) blogs; I like seeing how different people think, what they're "made of", what they feel and how they choose to express it, how they deal with different situations. And I really like the idea of "stream of consciousness" (think Virginia Woolf's semi-autobiography). That's like saying performig or composing is narcissistic.....

Maybe it's just me. I have a blog that I've kept for 6 years now, and it's completely private - no one can access it without permission (and no one has permission, haha).
Posted By: David Burton Re: New posts, please leave comments - 10/15/11 03:55 PM
The 4th installment of my book is up for the interested:

http://dpbmss041010.blogspot.com/p/linton-bequest-by-david-burton.html

There are also new posts here:

http://dpbmss041010.blogspot.com/

Since I also read blogs, if any of you want to share your blog with me and have it reviewed on mine, just send me a link.
Posted By: Minaku Re: New posts, please leave comments - 10/16/11 05:15 AM
David, might I suggest you add your blog link to the thread I've started about PW member blogs?
Posted By: David Burton Re: New posts, please leave comments - 10/28/11 08:10 PM
I guess I need a link, had trouble finding it. Anyway, ther are new posts on my blog. Thanks.
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