Wednesday, February 02, 2005


How I magically found myself in the blogosphere. Or was there all along and too clueless to know it.

A six-part post on how Interrogating the Project of Military History became War Historian, and how War Historian learned to be a blog.

Part I.
Part II.
Part III.
Part IV.
Part V.
Part VI.


Sharon said...

Nice series of posts! And, for a bit of interactivity, any chance that you could edit them so that each one includes a direct link to the next instalment? Right now, I'm waiting with bated breath for the next one...

MarineLiberal1775 said...

War Historians:
Awesome title for your blog, really motivating. I'm new to the blog community, and while checking out other blogs along the same vein, came across yours.My blog is at Again, great weblog. Semper Fidelis

Mark G. said...

Okay, Sharon, I threaded the links as you requested. And to MarineLiberal1775: Welcome to the Blogosphere, aka Blogdom, aka Blogistan, aka . . . Blogadoon. :-)

Anonymous said...

Just to avoid confusion: you _do_ know there's a long-running blog called Blogadoon (at

Mark G. said...

No, I wasn't aware of that at all, though I'm equally sure (without even checking) that there must be blogs called James Blog, Blogzilla, etc. Those confused by the use of Blogadoon in this context will just have to be confused.