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Welcome to the NEW Cumbrian Sky!

After AOL’s genius decision to pull the plug on all its Journals – thanks a lot guys, really appreciate that! – it’s time to start again! Well, not all over again… I’ll be moving some of my favourite posts from the old blog over to here. But this is where CUMBRIAN SKY will “live” from now on.

So… here we go again! 🙂


7 Responses

  1. Nice place! Can’t wait to read you again! Tammy

  2. Good luck with the new blog location Stu.

    The format already looks better than the old AOL Journal. I know many CAS members enjoy regular visits to Cumbrian Sky. Keep up the good work


  3. …and I’d like to say “welcome back” to Cumbrian Sky! We missed you! 🙂

    The new layout is beautiful and streamlined and I hope you’ll enjoy a long bloglife here.

  4. Hi Stuart. I, for one, welcome our new Cumbrian Sky Overlords. OK, so maybe that’s a bit dramatic. I have, however, deleted the feed for the old CS at AOL, and added this one, so I won’t be missing any of your great posts.

    Hey, did you see the video of the SpaceX Falcon1 launch that Phil Plait (Badastronomy.com) linked to today? Awesomeness of a huge amount. It brought tears to my eyes just watching.

  5. Congratulations on surviving that leap through the vacuum of cyberspace. I like the new format too.

  6. Hi Stu – good to see you in a better-looking (and hopefully more long-lasting) blog. I’ll be stopping by regularly!


  7. Great new look to the site; updated the feed reader and my blogroll too!

    Keep up the good work.

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