But in the blawgosphere, I still feel like a kid. (Actually, I feel like a kid in a lot of contexts, but that may just be a function of encroaching senility.) I look at the guys like Greenfield and Bennett and Tannebaum, Pattis and Gideon and Cernovich, and on and on (and really, I don't mean to slight anyone; I read regularly every one of the blogs in my list of links - and others, too - and gain stuff of value from each, but to list them all again here would be to labor a point), and I think I'm just a newbie. Hell, I'm still trying to figure out how to make my paragraphs separate the same length in every post. (I'm open to advice on that, by the way.)
Still, I've been at this for just over ten months now, and I've found a mostly warm and supportive family here. I've been welcomed, which I appreciate more than I can say. What I haven't done is sufficient welcoming myself.
I've been reading Jamison Koehler's blog for a couple of months now. I've got it in my blog links, though I'm not happy that the main link is to his web page rather than his blog (try as I might, I can't link directly to the blog, the technology problem again). I've become a serious fan of the Public Defender Revolution. And though I haven't yet posted a link to it, Liberty and Justice for Y'all is terrific. So folks, "Welcome." And if I've got an audience that isn't already reading these blawgs, start. You're in for a treat.