In case you haven’t been told, my good friend Ken Layne has returned to blogging after a long hiatus. I’m real glad he’s back, because he’s one of the best writers I’ve ever read in any medium.

As he points out in today’s post, Ken’s been blogging since before it was called blogging. He and former Prognosis editor Charlie Hornberger also had one of the first Internet content sites ever, a thing called Tabloid.net, which stopped in 1999, but can still be found thanks to the Internet Archive. It’s still funny as hell.

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