Moving to G+

I’ve received numerous emails in the past month asking me the same question again and again: “Phillip, why are you leaving Steel White Table?” My answer: Because one blog is enough, and that blog is Mud Songs. It’s about beekeeping.

Now let us take a journey back in time…

The Littlest Birds Will Eat Peanuts From Your Hand is probably the best thing I posted to Steel White Table. Then there are my reviews of Paul Auster books. Um… what else? My Smitty’s Frog Salad was famous for about two days. All my 4 Star Movie reviews are okay, I guess (but I’ll still see you at the movies). I helped negotiate John Walkenbach’s purchase of Steel White Table back in 2008. That was a debacle. My tryst with Whole Wheat Radio was good while it lasted. I enjoyed writing my list of 30 Songs that left an impression on me. Making ribs was fun. I don’t know. I guess that’s about it.

As for my time at Steel White Table, I believe the dying words of James Tiberius Kirk sum it up well:

“It was fun. Oh my!”

And if you just can’t get enough of me, I’m on G+ for as long as that lasts.

The About page may hold the final word on Steel White Table.

So long.

About Phillip

Phillip Cairns is a beekeeper in St. John's, Newfoundland, who writes about beekeeping at MudSongs.org.
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7 Responses to Moving to G+

  1. tommyboy says:

    you’ll be back…

  2. DonL says:

    I won’t be missing you, Phillip, because I’ll get to see you on G+, and maybe more than I’ve ever seen you here.

  3. Steve says:

    What happens to the rest of us?

    Oh… and WHERE’S MY HONEY?

  4. Steve says:

    Well, that shouldn’t surprise me… the man with the banjo screwed me!

  5. rob says:

    hi, where did you get this mic stand? thanks.

    http://steelwhitetable.org/media/images/mic-stand.jpg

    • Phillip says:

      I don’t remember where I bought that mic stand. A music store. Future Shop. Radio Shack. They’re not too hard to find. I bought when I lived in Halifax, Nova Scotia, so that means I probably bought it at a music store called Music Stop. They sell instruments and all kinds of over priced gadgets for musicians.

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