Friday, 7 January 2011

Wierd


"Hong Kong in the rain"

I got home read, my emails and I was about to set to work on building a new building, (for my train layout), when the Google alerts started arriving.

I looked at a few and found nothing of interest, nothing to report on, until I discovered this one:

I suddenly realised how Andrew Sutton must have felt when all those articles that he had written turned up on an unknown site. He mentioned this on his Facebook a few days ago.

I just did the same. I discovered a couple of things that I had written on a mystery site and then, however much I clicked, here, there and everywhere, I could not find out what it is or how my pieces of writing got there.

It would have been nice to have been asked

I do not mind one bit that the pieces are up there, work from other conductive bloggers, including Andrew Sutton and Norman Perrin, appear there too. I wonder if they know, if anyone informed them about this weekly magazine.

The more opportunities there are to spread the word about conductive upbringing the better, but it is a wierd feeling nevertheless to click and find my own work staring me in the face, and it would have been nice to have been asked. Also to know who is behind it all.

Perhaps someone, somewhere out there, knows something and is willing to tell us about it.

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