by J.L. Wall

Unlike some of my fellow guest-bloggers, I don’t have anything substantive with which to say goodbye.  Though I suppose I could/should point you toward this essay of Peter Lawler’s on technology, modernity, and place (with a little bit of Wendell Berry and Heidegger for good measure) which makes for an interesting read, and about which I will likely have things to say — but I’m in the middle of one of his books right now (Postmodernism Rightly Understood), so it’ll probably wait until I’m finished, sometime next week.

Anyway, I want to thank John for inviting me over here in his absence, and my co-guest-hosts, who have been a pleasure to read and interact with.  And, of course, all y’all who drop by to read (and comment on) what we write.  It’s been a pleasure.  I guess that all I have to ask is that you drop by every once in a while at my place, phaidimoi logoi.