Re:education in Baltimore’s Year in Review and a Look Ahead

Happy New Year!

This is one of those posts that is coming too late. I haven’t been blogging very much. The posts have fallen off. Despite appearances, I have not given up. But I have been reflecting on what it is I am doing with Re:education in Baltimore.

As much as I love racking up the page views with agitations like “My Kids Are Too Good for Public School…” (most viewed post ever) and “Two Thumbs Up for ‘Won’t Back Down'” (post responsible for busiest day yet), for 2013 I have committed to spending only one hour a week to produce one post – far less time than it takes to write the essays that bring one-time traffic. This blog will truly become a blog – a record of my reading and wandering across the Web. The goal is to spend much more energy IRL (that means In Real Life) meeting people f2f (that means face to face).

How did my year in blogging go? If you’re curious, check out the WordPress Annual Report for Re:education in Baltimore.

Until next week!

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