Tuesday, February 26, 2013


a straw man in Hanoi Jan 2012
The number of visitors to this blog is increasing, for the moment steeply. Perhaps as a result of the launch of the book. The number of page views now crossed the 40,000 limit. Thanks for reading me. And, by the way, I certainly would enjoy a bit more feed back on what I write - and I don't mean those, "nice post, please look at my website-which-has-nothing-to-do-with-the-topic" (I delete them whenever I see them). 

Updated: 6 September 2013. The number of page views are now 70,000 (there were 40,000 when I first published the post) and most months there are more than 5,000 page views.

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