I'm writing this post just in case the following chain of extremely improbable events take place: a) someone has read one of the articles I published in my prior life as an academic; b) wants to get in contact with me to ask something or make a comment; c) has tried the e-mail address listed in the paper and has received an error message; and d) has gone to Google to search for the e-mail address to see if they can find another way to contact me.
As I said, extremely unlikely, but as posting on the blog is free, it won't hurt.
For reasons I don't really know, my e-mail addresses in the domain
longer work. If you want to get in contact with me, you can find up to date
information here and, if I
don't change the blog template too much, in a box right below this post.