I’ve really, really enjoyed working on this blog. However, as you might have noticed from the lack of posting, other responsibilities are currently rearing their heads. Rather than deliver half-baked thoughts with less frequency, I’d prefer to take a break, disconnect from the development blogosphere for a while and, I don’t know, work on finishing my PhD and come up with some new ideas.
Fear not – we’re not going anywhere in the longer term, so please don’t delete us from your feed readers. Yet, don’t be surprised if things get very, very quiet in the medium to long-run (i.e. it might be a few months). I’ll keep an eye our for colleagues willing to do some guests posts, so the site doesn’t become tooÂ derelict.
If you haven’t been following us for that long, now is an excellent time to go back to our archive and check out some of the things we’ve written over the past two years. A lot of it is still relevant – plus there are more pictures of Arnold.
And thanks for reading – it’s been a lot of fun so far, and it will continue to be in the future.
PS: Follow me on Google+ if you are so inclined – I’ll try to keep the snark flowing. Also, keep an eye out (not up yet, but soon!) for a new blog from the Centre for the Study of African Economies, where I’m a research student.
PPS: I always find that in difficult times like this, when further words fail me, a little Whitesnake will always suffice: