I couldn't go as far as Claire Wolfe originally intended with unplugging from the web. But I do plan to cut my posting down to an average of one to three posts a week--at least when I run some stuff that's already almost in final form. And on the email lists I belong to, I'll probably be doing a lot less debating and a lot more lurking.
But anyway, I'm not stopping--just slowing down. And I appreciate all of you who have taken the time to read my material and maybe leave a comment. I've sharpened my teeth in some very challenging debates in the comment threads here. I hope everyone who's found the writing here useful will continue to stop by, even if the output is reduced.
The posting here will tend to be longer, article-length pieces, more of them focused on my research in the anarchist theory of organizational behavior. There will be less posting centered on commentary on other people's posts. I don't, by any means, want to stop pointing out all the good material out there--especially in the area of cooperative economics and alternative social institutions. But I'll probably condense such links into a single weekly index post, with only brief descriptions--something like Ender's Review, or Dave Pollard's saturday links post.
And in the next few weeks, I'll try to reorganize the information already stored on this blog into a more useable form: especially aggregating favorite posts and links on the sidebar into a shorter list of subject headings.
Anyway, thanks again to all.