As a consequence, blogging will become less frequent in 2011. There are now some 644 posts on this site, which will celebrate its third year in just nine more weeks. They could be collected into quite a sizable book -- not that anyone would pay to own such a gallimaufry of ideas and opinions. Here they can be viewed for free, and hopefully do not lose much of their relevance with the passage of time.
I shall spend the next few months on a re-design of the Guide to This Site, to make it even friendlier and easy to use. As events occur in which I take a special interest -- the legal vicissitudes of ECUSA in the courts, for instance -- I shall post on them, to be sure. But there is no longer any need to blog for blogging's sake. Enough has been written on the basic themes of this blog for you to know where its author stands.
Besides, there are always new and upcoming bloggers who are worthy of your attention. The latest such is Iain Carstairs, who has begun with a noteworthy post on the inability of materialism to satisfy the yearnings of consciousness. I shall be adding a link to his blog on the right, and will always be on the outlook for other worthy new links, as well.
It is my prayer that 2011 bring blessings, happiness and accomplishments to all of you.