Just a reminder that this blog allows you to comment on a post if you wish to. From time to time I fish out a comment which I think deserves a special airing, lest it get overlooked, but that is a slightly invidious process. In any case, what I think is a particularly valuable comment is not necessarily what you will value, and vice versa.
Today, I think, I will simply remind you (modestly) that some of the comments are possibly more useful than the original post. Not often, it’s true, but occasionally.
If you want to look at the comments on a post, there are two ways to do it. On the front page of the blog, you will find a grey line at the foot of each post. The number of comments, if any, will be shown there, and you can click on the link to reveal them. What you then get is a new page with that one post on it, plus the comments.
Back on the front page, if you want to look at a post which is listed under Previous Posts (top right) you can click on its title, and that will similarly open up a page with that one post only, plus comments.
Don’t forget either that there is a handy search facility, for this one blog, at the very top of the front page, to the right of the word Blogger. If you want to know, for instance, whether I have ever commented on a particular book, or a topic, put the key words in the search box and Google will search the GOB only and give you a list. For book titles, phrases et cetera, put the words in double inverted commas, as with other Google searches.