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Thank you to all of you who read the Blognosticator!

I started blogging about 11 years ago when I was hired by Graphic Arts Monthly magazine to do a weekly blog about topics in the graphic arts. That was a great assignment, one that lasted for several years.

When that magazine failed, I took about a year to rethink and regroup while I decided what to do with the Blognosticator. I wrote for a few months for WhatTheyThink.com, and eventually decided to move the Blognosticator to my own server and make it a private blog.

I tried in vain to find a sponsor, one that would pay me to write these words on a regular basis. That would have been great, but it didn’t work out.

Yet, I kept it up for all these years.

This is my 212th blog in the Blognosticator series (a hundred or more in the Graphic Arts Monthly series).

Keep visiting for more information on printing, publishing, solar power, time-lapse photography, everything!

I might even resort to making a few political comments in this year of the weird and crazy election for President of the United States.

Best wishes to all my readers,

Brian P. Lawler

About Brian Lawler

Brian Lawler is a Professor of Graphic Communication at California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. He writes about graphic arts processes and technologies for various industry publications, and on his blog, The Blognosticator.
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