The Return Of Camels With Hammers

I’d like to extend my sincere gratitude and apologies to all of you who have continued to check in periodically to see if there are any updates, even as for a while there have been hardly any. This semester my schedule made blogging unusually difficult as I spent a full 28 hours a week commuting on trains and buses and by foot and another full 15 hours a week lecturing. I assure you, my drop in blogging productivity should not be interpreted in any way as a drop in enthusiasm for Camels With Hammers. I have missed being here and talking to you terribly and have of late been plotting out ways to guarantee that I blog almost as regularly during the next semester as I do during my highly prolific summers. It’s a difficult balance for a blogger with three jobs and a professional academic career to pursue to manage, but I have found blogging to be an irreplaceable outlet and one worth prioritizing as much as possible.

So, in short, any day now, Camels With Hammers will aggressively ramp up to full speed again.

I hope you’ll be there with Your Thoughts, be they likeminded or adversarial to my own, and that you will share your favorite posts with your acquaintances, both likeminded and adversarial alike.

There will, I’m sure, be a ton to talk about.

In the meantime, may your seasonal celebrations be very happy, whatever they may be.

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