Bloggers disappear

It would seem that the Welsh blogosphere is slowly being eroded with the disappearance of Chickenfoot, Southpaw Grammar and Normal Mouth in the space of a few weeks.

I can understand the time it takes to put blogs together. With a new job that will take up an enormous amount of my time, I had seriously thought about letting this blog fade away gracefully into the ether.

Perhaps I am fortunate in that I have two weekly columns, one in the Daily Post on Mondays and the other in the Western Mail on Saturdays, which I write in my spare time and which form the basis for this particular blog.

Nevertheless, with events changing daily, you do have to keep up with what's going on elsewhere in the blogosphere, which does take a lot of your spare time. As a result, my posts are usually written early in the morning or late at night, like a number of other bloggers.

Anyway, I have a 450 page Ph.D dissertation to read before acting as external examiner at University College Dublin later this week. So there will be little scope for further blogging until the weekend...

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