More swansongs than Frank Sinatra. Yes I know, just don't rub it in. My brief encounter with the high profile blogger has not been a success and that is all I have to say on that.
I am back.
What is going to happen next is this. Soon, perhaps in the next six months, WW will migrate to a better media platform. Blogger's limitations have been revealed to me and the potential to do better has been pointed out by my very erstwhile blog partner.
Everything I said on the last post holds true, except for the fact that I am going to largely carry on alone. The exception will be that one or two people will be co-opted as a council of reference, for want of a better phrase. These will be people I trust and admire. You cannot go it alone, it just does not work, but I have proved to myself in recent days that I can dig deeper and better. It is just that I was wasting my time elsewhere. I have spent five hours today going to interview someone who has been at the top of his profession for 25 years and you will know what he did even if you don't know his name. Sooner or later the interview will pop up. I already have several stories lined up that will, if not astonish you, will make you nod gently in appreciation. As I write, I am starting conversations with former members of Jethro Tull and Fleetwood Mac. We are talking quality here not a fruitless pursuit of blog rankings.
So, on with the motley. In the meantime...