Hello Again

Is anybody there?

We've had problems getting the old Blinq thing back online, as you may have gathered. I proposed this: if they'd only turn on my comments, I'd start blogging a bit.

So I ask, Is thing thing on?

Nadya Tan
Posted 05/22/2007 10:49:10 AM

Hopefully fixed images. Working through posts to correct html.

attytood will
Posted 05/22/2007 02:20:49 PM

Dude, come back!

Jane
Posted 05/22/2007 05:38:03 PM

Huzzah!!!! Glad to see the comments button has been fixed.

John L Micek
Posted 05/22/2007 09:08:56 PM

Welcome back, Dan. From one blog-stained wretch to another. John Micek

daniel rubin
Posted 05/24/2007 03:16:02 PM

Whoa, company!

Citizen Mom
Posted 05/29/2007 01:28:14 PM

Duuuuuuuuuuude

Rob
Posted 05/29/2007 04:51:49 PM

Sooooo, you are blogging again? I mean, great, but ... what happened? You mocked the idea of blogging for fun in the "Toe-tag Blinq" (or something); not that I blame you! I've actually checked here occasionally since you went to the column ... clearly, I need a life ... and can't tell what the deal is. Just curious, are you back to Blinq?

daniel rubin
Posted 06/03/2007 11:52:44 AM

I am so back to Blinq. I wasn't as much mocking the idea of blogging for fun as wondering how I'd find the time, given the crunch of a two-a-week metro column. But where else could I spread the stardust of Summer of Love memories, as experienced by a 11-year-old? What will happen with Blinq? Dunno, but I can tell you one thing -- being a certified columnist and being expected to have opinions liberates what I can do with Blinq. I always had this sense of a line -- flexible, but real -- that I could not cross without impairing any return to straight reporting. No more worries about that.

Sally Swift
Posted 06/04/2007 04:22:22 PM

All riiight. That's what I'm talkin about. Welcome back, R-man.

Rob
Posted 06/13/2007 06:46:21 PM

Cool.

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