Blogs Gone Bust

Blogs are like mining towns. Folks establish them in hopes of striking a mother lode of connections or pursuing dreams of communicating richly. Then, when expectations are unmet or other demands prevail, they abandon their blogs and move on. The blogosphere is littered with the dusty remnants of blogs gone bust. They are the ghost towns of the Web.

After 18 months of blogging weekly, I'm cutting back on my commitment. My zeal for health care in its miracles and madness remains unabated. But I no longer have the time for weekly sharing.

Unlike old mining towns that are reduced to ruins by time and the elements, blogs are preserved fully in all their glory. Come on in to explore, discover and enjoy the past. Most likely, you'll find new posts in the future.

—Tom DeSanto


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