Tag Archives: Blogging & Trolling

No more Ads

I have been meaning to do this for a long time, upgrading to a paid plan with WordPress, $48 per year. No more ads, which looked absolutely terrible on my mobile phone! There are one or two bits and pieces … Continue reading

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Prognostics for Blogging

I was doing my daily rounds and found Fr Jonathan’s Blogday 2017: The beautiful feet of the Laity. I think he began his article with the tongue-in-cheek epitaph “Blogging, apparently, is a dying form which makes this, as usual, a … Continue reading

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Facebook

I have been using Facebook moderately over the past couple of years as light banter or to share my good times and outings in the boat, that sort of thing. I have a page and have set up a Sarum … Continue reading

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New Blog

My old friend Patrick Sheridan has set up a new blog Ad meliora advocatus… He is obviously taking his time getting used to the WordPress system and is also figuring out what will be the “golden thread” that will give … Continue reading

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Fifth Anniversary

It just occurred to me that this blog is celebrating its fifth birthday. The first post Invitation was sent in on 17th January 2012 at a time when I was still running the English Catholic blog from which I desperately … Continue reading

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Stuffy?

I have never been in my whole life been called stuffy, at least until now. John Bruce must have found me at the East India Club and discovered I had died on account of the god-awful stench from behind the … Continue reading

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Elegy for “The Anglo-Catholic”

The blog The Anglo-Catholic is gone and replaced with some kind of generic page. WordPress, which I am using for this blog, is free and advertising is relatively unobtrusive, but perhaps blogs get taken down when they have rotted on … Continue reading

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