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Regarding the Infequency of Posts

Hello everyone.

I just wanted to make a quick note explaining why I post somewhat infrequently on this blog. I assure you it is not on purpose. While I take a decent bit of inspiration from George Friedman, my ideas and analyses are my own. As such, each individual post requires a solid bit of research. My latest discourse on the Arab world was posted to History On Loop after 3 rewrites and some serious fact checking. So, my next post will also take a pretty significant amount of research. I don’t want to give away anything, but it will be a multi-part series discussing the future of the United States of America in a very specific historical context.

So, what do we do about the activity on this blog in between major articles? Well, I have been watching some TED Talks recently. You may remember the recent post including a presentation from Jonas Ghar Støre, and felt that it was very relevant to the blog. I will be posting more TED Talks, and discussing them with my own opinion. This should keep me more active and the content of History On Loop fresh and interesting. I am very optimistic about the future of the blog.

Thank you so much for your readership and support.