So, the move to ScienceBlogs is now complete. That means there will be no more posts here on the Blogger site. Sure, I'll miss all of the downtime, the lost posts (all of my really good posts were lost by blogger; you'll just have to take my word for that), and the fact that Blogger took away the bullets in the template I've used since I started the blog. But after a brief mourning period, I will be able to move on.
Here is the new URL: http://scienceblogs.com/mixingmemory. If you don't want to type that out, you can just click here. I'm going to try to post more often there, for various reasons (if you reach a certain traffic level, you get paid!). But I'm not going to change the way I post, so hopefully those of you who find the blog interesting will continue to do so.
There are three different banners at the new site, one by Todd Hartman (on the Archives page), and two by Anton Oettl (Main page, About, and Contact -- I'll provide a link to his page when he gives me with one). I am very grateful to them for the time they put into making such great banners.
When you get over there, feel free to email me with your suggestions or advice about the look or anything else. Also, as I've always said, I'm always taking suggestions. I know, I know, I still owe you posts on two previous requests, theory-theory (vs. simulation) and memes. The first post on theory-theory should be the first substantive post at the new site, and the post (probably a series) is still coming, but I've actually been doing some new reading on memes, and I want to incorporate all of that into the post, so it will be a little while before it's finished. However, new requests are always welcome, and I may very well get to them before I get to memes, so send them my way either in contacts or in email.
Finally, let me just say thank you to everyone who's read this blog over the last year and a half. If ScienceBlogs brings me new readers, that's great, but there'll always be a special place in my blogging heart for the people who've read and contributed to Mixing Memory from day 1. In the introductory post at ScienceBlogs, I talk about viewing Mixing Memory as a collaborative effort with the readers, and I really feel that way. The suggestions, advice, and requests that you've all given me have shaped the blog, and I'm very grateful for them.