New Resources Page at Exploring the Past

One of the downsides of tweeting and blogging is the speed by which new information enters into your personal information feed. Nowadays there are so many new articles, blog posts, and online discussions created on a daily basis that it’s easy to get lost in the shuffle of knowledge and information. I admit that I sometimes read articles and blog posts, share them with others, and forget about them afterwords. It’s hard to keep up with everything, but it’s also sometimes hard to remember what you learned in the past.

I’ve been blogging for almost two years now and have been very pleased with the connections I’ve made and the fruitful discussions I’ve had here at Exploring the Past. I don’t want some of those older posts and conversations to be forgotten about and sent to blogging heaven, so I’ve decided to create a “Resources” page where I can house some of my better essays in one central location for readers to access at their convenience. Simply click on the “Resources” tab above to access the page and read away.

There will be many new posts in the future whenever I have the time to write. As always, thank you for your readership.

Cheers

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2 responses

  1. You have lots and lots of great postings! Glad we meet via Twitter and your blog. Keep up the great writing. 🙂 And, yes, it is sooo hard, sadly, to keep up with everything.

    1. The feeling is mutual, Andrew, thank you! It’s hard to keep up, but I sure do have a lot of fun with all of this history the historians I’ve met online 🙂

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