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DesignWritings Retirement?

As I am sure you have noticed by now, I am not keeping DesignWritings up very well lately. My photographic life, my job and Boxes and Arrows, as well as some recent health issues, have left me little time to write about design.

I am also working on a book—based on the Doctor Leslie Project—and due to recently finding a publisher, I now need to actually spend time writing and finishing my research for the book.

I may keep a blog about the book writing, I may not. I may come back to this next year when I have a draft in hand and I may not—it may be time to move on.

I want to thank all those who have been faithful readers over the last three years. I appreciate the dialog, the friends I have made and the pointers to some great sites along the way.

In my absence, I highly recommend the following:

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