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Fogknife has no theme, other than “topics that interest me, Jason McIntosh, and which I have reason to suspect might interest others as well”. Many posts attempt to chronicle the culture that passes through me, all the books and films and games I eat and about which I wish to mark down some permanent record — for myself, as much as for anyone else. Articles can sometimes swerve into more technical or domain-specific discussion. I do my best to keep everything accessible to a general audience.
I have been blogging off and on since 2001. My LiveJournal holds many older posts, and I revisit it those rare times I wish to write something more like a journal entry than a public essay. I also used to write on The Gameshelf quite a bit from 2007 through 2016, though only about games. I began posting articles to blog.jmac.org — this website’s former home — in 2013, and started putting real care into it in early 2015, after I wrote my own blogging software. In 2017, I retitled the blog “Fogknife” and moved it to its own domain.
I don’t keep to a fixed publication schedule, but do aim to write at least one interesting article every week. If you do enjoy the posts, I encourage you to add my RSS feed to the feed-reader of your choice. (I’ve also a JSON Feed, for syndication iconoclasts.)
I always welcome feedback. My email address is email@example.com, my Twitter is @JmacDotOrg, and my phone number is 617–792–3829. This blog supports doesn’t support comments per se, but it does accept webmentions, and publishes received ones on the appropriate posts’ individual pages.
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