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Evolution

Herein commences a lecture on the wonders of life on Earth.

No, unfortunately not. While I would love discuss evolution, and the unbearable amazingness of how we ended up with house flies AND mushrooms AND manatees on this planet (and more, really, let’s not stop there), I’m actually talking about the small issue of blog evolution. Cosmic Driftwood will be migrating off the WordPress world in the near future. It feels it’s time to leave home and try out its own space, you know, hang up a curtain or two, haunt tag sales for a perfect little end table. It happens. Everything changes, right?

Why am I announcing this? Because if you want to stay in touch (PLEASE DO! PLEASE! Why else bother with the curtains and end table?), more specifically, if you want notification when a new post occurs, you need to sign up as an email subscriber. If you’re cool with checking in occasionally, then no action is necessary. If you’re already an email subscriber, you’ll continue to get emails.

How do you switch to email? See the little button to the side, under where to buy Phoenix? The one proceded by these words: Follow Blog Via Email? Push that button. Nothing should explode. Promise.


An experiment

With occasional exceptions, I’ve kept comments closed on this blog since I started it. I’m considering changing that policy. Toward that end, I’m going to leave comments open on all new posts for a period of time and see how it goes.

I’m not sure of the duration of this test period, but I promise to update at some point. For now, I’m going to go hide away and read.

(As a side note, I have a Goodreads account. I do not do reviews/ratings there, but I keep a list of what I’m reading, and a read & recommended shelf. Feel free to check there if you’re ever curious about my eclectic tastes.)