Thank You

Every now and again, I give a little speal about how you readers should “Like” us on Facebook , “Follow” us on Twitter, and “Comment” on the Blog. I generally do it because I really have no other way of knowing whether you’re reading or not.

Funny enough though, during the downtime before September, one of the most common questions I got was, “So what’s happening with Red String?” – and to be honest, I thought nothing of the question at the time.

But as soon as I started up again last month, I received an email from a friend I hadn’t heard from in ages: telling me how he always reads our editions, and how he thinks I’m a great writer and so on.

That’s when it occurred to me that all those questions, those inquiries as to why there hadn’t been an edition in a while, were really from you guys. You guys who “Follow” us by email instead of Twitter, and show you “Like” us by visiting us every once in a while instead of clicking a Facebook button.

So I thought I’d take a page or two in this edition to thank you guys: Our silent readers, and let you know that your readership is appreciated. Although I do wish you’d make a bit more effort and click those buttons 😉

That said, the rest of this edition will be spent doing some more catching up. I’ll talk about some opinions I’ve wanted to share, and some of the books I managed to read, during those months we were gone. Enjoy!

Damola Mabogunje

Software Engineer by day, Blogger, Poet and Author, by night, I spend my days writing everything from the convex comma, to highly complex code.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *