11 July 2008

Entering Blogosphere in 5, 4, 3, 2, 1, 0

After some years of contributing articles and posts to other people's sites I've decided it's time to set up on my own. I haven't had any rows with anybody or anything like that. It's just that I've reached internet adulthood and I need a place I can call my own. A big thank you goes to Irene Hahn at Roman History Books and More and N. S. Gill at About Ancient/Classical History, who provided shelter for some of my earlier efforts written under the pen name Bingley Austen.

At school I was often accused of having a (depending on who was talking) magpie, butterfly, or grasshopper mind. A tangent is the natural route for my mind to travel. There is always going to be someone out there with a much more profound knowledge of any subject than I can hope to attain to. But, I do like rummaging about on Google, and that's what you're mainly going to get here -- the results of some of the rummages inspired by my reading.


Irenesbooks said...

Congratulations, Robert! And have fun!

David Derrick said...

"A tangent is the natural route for my mind to travel."

That can be the only possible reason you read (and, I'm very grateful to say, correct) my stuff.

Much looking forward to reading you.