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Is It Really Nearly Two Years?

It doesn’t feel like almost two years since I last posted on 22hundred.net. I have written a few posts for mikemcconville.com over on the Medium network but it hasn’t felt quite the same. It’s time to come back home.

Coming back got me thinking and re-reading some of my old stuff. While some of posts were quite good, if I do say so myself, some could've done with more time to develop before being published. A few years older and wiser, this time is going to be different. Going forward my goals are to:
Post regularly (once or twice a week)

Post quality

Have fun doing it


To reflect this, the blog is now called 22Hundred Ruminations.

So, lets get going.

Michael

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