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Happy seventh birthday to The Medium Is Not Enough

Posted on June 21, 2012 | Post a comment | Bookmark and Share

A birthday cakeHappy Birthday, The Medium is Not Enough. Yes, seven years ago (whimper), this blog emerged into the light of the Internet with its first two posts: previews of Prison Break, the not-unpopular Supernatural and the still-unseen Global Frequency; and tedious cruft about The Omega Factor (which I ended up writing a review of after all when I got stuck for a Lost Gem).

The thank you list to all the commenters has now grown so long it's actually impossible for me to thank you all individually, but an especially big thank you to the regulars Toby, Rullsenberg, SK, Bob the Skutter, Aaron, Mark Carroll, Stuart Ian Burns, Robin Parker, Adam Bowie, benjitek, TheReader76, Craig Grannell and the other David, as well as a big "Welcome aboard" to all the new commenters who joined in this year. Without you, I'd have given up long ago.

As always, it's time to do some market research: if you have any suggestions for what else you might like to see on the blog, please let me know below. Please don't ask me to watch more British TV though.

Have a nice week (and, indeed, year),

MediumRob

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