Wizard at Work • 15 December 2006 • The SnowBlog

Wizard at Work

          We're putting comments back on. But first we need to do some lever-yanking, spanner-bashing stuff behind the curtain. So if anything looks weird, it's probably my fault. On this weblog, I mean. If stuff outside the website looks weird, consult a doctor. Or, y'know, just roll with it. More soon.

We've wanted them back for a while, because a blog isn't a good blog unless it engages with its readers, and has conversations instead of just talking to itself. We originally turned them off because we were getting overwhelmed with comments, many of them off-topic or otherwise unsuitable, and the job of managing them was starting to detract from our primary job, which is publishing lovely books.

After numerous requests, and much subsequent soul-searching, we've turned them back on. Please use them wisely so that we can keep them open, and if anyone offers you any ~v14Gra, just say no.

Here's to lots more conversations.  

The SnowBlog is one of the oldest publishing blogs, started in 2003, and it's been through various content management systems over the years. A 2005 techno-blunder meant we lost the early years, but the archives you're reading now go all the way back to 2005.

Many of the older posts in our blog archive suffer from link rot. Apologies if you see missing links and images: let us know if you'd like us to find any in particular.

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