Note: To see what the 5 Minute Month is all about, click here to read the first post in the series.
It’s been another long day, but one full of promise and interesting things, and I’m about to log off for the evening after spending the latter part of the afternoon catching up with emails and projects that came in while I was out of town a good portion of the day.
I want to take a quick moment to thank the many people who dropped by this month and gave one or more posts a “thumbs-up,” and offer a special thank-you for those who are now officially “following” The Cognitive Turn. I’ve been hearing through various channels that many of you have found The 5 Minute Month to be interesting, intriguing, and even inspiring, and I want to let you all know that it’s been the most energizing month of blogging yet, thanks to you. I don’t intend to make every month a “theme” month, but I will definitely do something similar in the future.
I’m looking forward to a full “recap” of my thoughts on The 5 Minute Month sometime soon, perhaps next week.
Word count: about 190
Time: about 3 minutes
” for those who are now officially “following” The Cognitive Turn,” WHO?
Josh M said:
Amy, I was giving a thank you to other WordPress readers and bloggers who have added this blog to the list of blogs that regularly show up in their feeds. I don’t put names/faces of followers on my main page for a variety of reasons.
O.K why you are nervous?
Josh M said:
Oh, I’m not nervous! I really enjoyed the 5 Minute Month and it was a very good experience!
Me too, really! The whole blog is really useful. I have just finished reading “Necessary Evil: The Hockey Enforcer as Viking Berserker”, I didn’t know about “berserker” in literature before.
Dr Josh, you are my teacher, best of.. you did not saw my email right, or you just started hating them? 🙂
“see”, sorry_correction for natzis