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Sep 26, 2014



lol yay for that! I just now did a response to Ted's post that appears as a comment. Feel free to link or repost it here if you think it would be helpful to stimulate conversation here. Thanks for taking the keys (and to use a metaphor from my comment), perhaps setting out on a new mission!


Good to hear, I was almost ready to remove this site from my RSS feed ;-)


Thanks for: http://terranova.blogs.com/terra_nova/2014/09/making-it-official-rip-terra-nova.html?cid=6a00d8341c022953ef01b7c6e81838970b#comment-6a00d8341c022953ef01b7c6e81838970b tom


Most welcome, and thanks so much for taking the baton from Ted on this (who's done his fair share of laps). Even as we successfully engage with conversations in so many other fora, I hope TN keeps going in some way; it is an important space.


I'm glad I didn't remove the RSS feed either. Thank you Ren for picking up the keys. And a belated thanks to Ted for all the work he's done up til now.


Good on you Ren!

I don't think Terra Nova's problems are to do with the topic, it's blogs themselves that are struggling to survive against the onslaught of temporal erosion - shorter form communications (i.e. various forms of social media) have forced out the long-form blogs.

My Republic of Bloggers idea is an attempt to push against this:

It's quite possible this is a quixotic tilting at windmills. But I was never afraid of windmills.

Long live Terra Nova!


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