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Tuesday, March 30, 2010
Blogspot has removed another of my posts at the request of some unspecified party. They sent me this email to announce it.
I can't complain too much, for that is a very civilized procedure. I wasn't able to determine who made the complaint or which of the links on the blog resulted in the complaint. It might conceivably have been the photo image of Mingus, but probably not.
I complied by removing all the links and the image. Unlike the first occasion, I didn't lose my original post.
This leads me to thinking again about the worth of this blog and its drain on my time. I could do what I briefly experimented with last time, and post excerpts from songs, but that is a lot more time consuming. So I don't know what I will do, but watch this space.