Once in a while I try to tune into the old Whole Wheat Radio webcast just to see if I can catch ’em casting something unannounced. Nothing so far. But I did find a couple videos on YouTube. Here’s one from 2005 that features Excel guru, John Walkenbach, at the 87-second mark in his pre-banjo days. Quite the thrill.
Google Simlar Pages is a Google Chrome extension that recommends webpages similar to the one you’re currently viewing.
Google Similar Pages recommends the following when viewing this site (Steel White Table):
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Steel White Table and J-Walk Blog are pleased to announce the start of a new era in blogging: J-Walk has purchased Steel White Table; all future Steel White Table posts will appear on J-Walk’s blog, which will be now known as J-Walk’s Steel White Table Blog (JSWT).
Thank you for your patronage and see you at J-Walk’s Steel White Table Blog!
Questions And Answers
- How will I know if J-Walk, Jody, or Phillip is the author of a post?
You won’t. Everything will LOOK like it comes from J-Walk, but two-thirds of the time it’ll be from us.
- What were the terms of the purchase of Steel White Table? SWT seems to be getting the better deal.
One word: Bacon. No, two words: Canadian bacon.
- I haven’t seen an announcement on J-Walk’s site about it.
Oh, you will. He’s probably still in bed.
- Will Steel White Table continue their posts?
Yes! But on the new and improved J-Walk’s Steel White Table blog. This is the last post to appear on Steel White Table’s own domain.
Further questions can be posted in the comments section, where J-Walk or Steel White Table will answer them accordingly.
It’s been around since at least March 30, 2007, but I just discovered it:
The! By Phillip Cairns, co-author of Steel White Table. Maybe Phillip is for hire to create a theme for YOUR blog.
He’s also written:
Steel White Table has two theme songs. Count ’em! TWO!
J-Walk wants to find out how good his website linking sources are; that is, what online services let you know what websites link to yours, how accurate are they, and how quick do they report new links?
After a few days, I’ll post a list of every blog I found that linked to this item…
I’ll reveal all of my sources and, hopefully, learn about some new ones.
I look for new referrers using google, and my own database that records all incoming traffic.,