December 11, 2009
It's Time to Make the Change
Friends, we admire your persistence. We celebrate your fortitude! But, simply put, you are in the wrong place.
Examining the interweb statistics for The Barnstorming and Idiots'Blog, we see that many of you are stubbornly clinging to the old instead of embracing the new. We know that old habits are hard to break, but the fact remains, in order to keep up to date on the latest, you will have to retune your RSS feeds to www.idiotsbooks.com, because that's where the party's at.
December 08, 2009
What You're Missing
Hello. If you are reading this post, you might not realize that the hard-hitting journalism that is The Barnstorming has moved to a new address. We're now blogging (and so much more) from the new, improved, sleek, functional, and downright sexy version of idiotsbooks.com.
We suggest that you go there promptly to see all the fun and excitement.
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December 06, 2009
End of an Era
This is the 657th edition of The Barnstorming and probably the last. For the past six months or so, Robbi has toiled admirably to build the new Idiots'Books web site/blog. At long last, it is complete and ready for your perusal.
The URL is the same as the old Idiots'Books site, and you can link to it by clicking here.
Some of you have written with concern about the fate of The Barnstorming and our intentions for its successor. Perhaps you will take comfort to hear that although we'll no longer be adding new content to The Barnstorming, it will remain intact and available should you ever feel the need to surf posterity for photos of Alden in various containers. As for the all-new Idiots'Blog, its look and feel might differ, but the same unexacting journalistic standards will be maintained. Meaning, there will still be lots of photos of babies with occasional mention of bookmaking and life in the barn.
Thanks to all of you who have spent your precious minutes with us on this site. It has been a lot of fun for us. Rest assured, we think the best is yet to come.
December 03, 2009
Big Bad City
Today, Robbi and I are headed to New York City to meet with some people about some things. More on that to come. If we do not return by this time tomorrow, please send rescuers. We'll be the small town folk cowering miserably in the middle of Times Square.
If someone can give me a rational explanation for why so many people choose to live in one small place, I would be extremely grateful. It simply does not compute.