Happy New Year! Not, of course, that you’d know it was any sort of special day around these parts, given that both December 31st and January 1st are considered regular days here, and while more and more local establishments are going out of their way to offer special New Year’s Eve meals and celebrations, I think it’s safe to say that Tel Aviv won’t be giving Sydney, Australia a run for its money any time soon.
Of course, just because Israel doesn’t celebrate the New Year in any official manner, that doesn’t mean that Israelis aren’t spending time summing up the past year and making resolutions for 2008. And, as you can see, I’ve decided to use the occasion to give this blog a makeover. As of today, January 1st, 2008, something something has both a new home and a sleek new look.
Once you’re done admiring the new format, be sure to check out the different pages I’ve created, from the two new “About” sections to the “Come find me” section, and don’t forget to check out “The rules“. As for content, let’s see what the future holds, shall we?
All the old posts and comments are here, but please be patient as a I rebuild the blogroll, add the bells and whistles, and continue to tweak the template. Oh, and for those of you who use Microsoft Internet Explorer, you may want to consider switching to Firefox, as the blog doesn’t display properly in IE (a problem I hope to iron out with the WordPress Tech Support Department).
So, what do you think??
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