Sunday, 11 December 2016
Sunday no more: Act Blur column now in The New Paper every other Monday
I guess I should have mentioned this earlier.
This is for readers who follow my Act Blur column in The New Paper. The column has been published regularly on Sunday for a few years now.
But as of the first of this month, The New Paper on Sunday is no more. So my column has been moved to Monday.
Yes, it's the end of an era.
With the change, I asked for the column to go fortnightly.
Hopefully, by coming out every two weeks instead of every week, the column would suck only half as much. (Or at least, half as often.)
Also, I want to do less work.
Since my column appeared last Monday, there won't be one in The New Paper tomorrow.
But it will return on 19 December, Monday.
Unless someone comes to his senses and realises the paper is better off without Act Blur.
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