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I have another blog that I sorta maintain on Blogger. It was the first blog I had. There’s nothing really there,… just quick notes and probably an angrier part of me (at least that’s the way I seem to be feeling when I logon there). Perhaps I’ll use it as an alter ego (thanks for the idea “D“). I’m conflicted on whether or not to give it a link, so I won’t for now.

Anyway, when I posted recently, I was given the opportunity to try out Gmail (Google owns Blogger), so I signed up despite the fact that I don’t like the idea of people or machines reading my email without my permission. Especially given the latest news from a US appeals court. Now I’ve known for many years that email is like a postcard, but you kind of forget that. So, here is my PGP key. You should be able to copy and paste it. I haven’t figured out how to put it on my “about me” page. Perhaps I’d have to upgrade my account.


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Version: PGP 8.1
Comment: Badges? We don' need no stinkin' badges

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—–END PGP PUBLIC KEY BLOCK—–

Amazing what tangents one can go on. Anyway, so now I have this gmail account that has googles (sorry, couldn’t resist) of space and I’m not quite sure if I can make use of it all. I’ve become so accustomed to limiting myself, that a gig of space seems enormous. Of course, I remember when an 8K CoCo was considered to be more than enough space. Dare I say it? Of course! My how times have changed… There I’ve said it and I’m glad.

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