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Lots of great posts on 2005 and the impact of the blogosphere on world events. (See Mudville Gazette as an example).
The holiday break has allowed me time to reconnect with family and return to reading many of my favorite blogs.
The last six months have been busy (taking command of a new squadron in the middle of multiple deployments) and the next six appear to be even busier (getting ready for an operational readiness inspection). Lots of work to do involving long hours...however, extremely important business.
Some good news: My Air Command and Staff College research paper on weblogs got published on the Air Force Public Affairs Toolkit...I expect this take on added meaning as DoD is finally waking up and is establishing a new office for strategic communications.
Note: I believe senior leaders finally realized the only place we could lose the GWOT is in Washington DC itself (thanks to dishonest politicians and a corrupt MSM) and that something more needs to be done. Thank God we have the blogosphere to shed some light on world events.
Someday I will return to daily posting...in the mean time, keep the faith and speak the truth. We are winning!