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What is a theme?  It could be something serious, something daft, a soapbox issue, a social concern… whatever.

It may be that I notice a pattern in the topics I write about, or maybe I deliberately set out to explore something. When I notice a theme beginning to emerge I’ll be asking for your input, seeking your views, opening up the communications so that you can join in the (fun) debate.

Oh! and on that last point, it should be light and engaging; there’s enough heavy stuff put there and we don’t need to add to it (in my view).

How?

You’ll have noticed that I have turned off the comments to my posts (Update: Not any longer. Since posting this comments are now ON). This is because open comment spaces attract so a lot of spam and I don’t have the time or the enthusiasm to keep cleaning it up.

Each time a theme crops up though, you’ll be able to join the debate by going to the Forum page (soon to be established, not yet visible, I’ll let you know).

 

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