Posted by Kate Phizackerley on Tuesday, February 23, 2010

I'd like to say a big thank you to my readers.  I have been reading through the comments on some of the recent posts and the standard of debate is very high and adds considerably to my own modest efforts.  (If anybody is only reading the newsfeed, I really would encourage you to stop by every now and again and see what people have been saying in the comments - or subscribe to the comments feed as some of you have done.)  I'm also delighted how polite everybody is and how disagreement and debate is handled with grace and decorum.  That makes this a very friendly place, I hope, for people who are just starting to venture thier opinions in public, knowing that everybody is very gentle.

To those who have been commenting, thank you.  Do please keep it up!  Recently more and more people have also been sending me information.  Again a big thank you. 

From that start I have tried to make this a community and to draw on the principles of crowdsourcing.   It's the cumulative effect of all your efforts and contributions which have helped to make News from the Valley of the Kings successful, and I really appreciate it.


Thank you everybody

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

For me Kate (and doubtlessly many others)this site is the first- stop for news and information on Ancient Egypt. Had you not continued to run this site during bad times, we would have noticed the hole which would have been caused by your absence. You will find that I and others have stuck by you due to the quality of content and care you (and others) take in presenting this site. It is you who should accept the thanks and us that should be thankful.

Styler78 (who keeps forgetting his password!)

styler78 said...

ok, i have remembered my password now

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