Que Sera, Sera

Greece is rebelling in the streets and the halls of government.
Spaniards are following suit in the streets – government’s not onboard but it may not matter.
The Euro is tottering and NATO is a lot shakier than it wants to admit (it’s in denial).
Sanctions are failing. Banksters fear jailing – or poverty or the guillotine.
Control is slipping here at home – it’s desperation that’s making the PTB escalate repression.

Times, they are a-changin’

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Agonist 2015

   As you have undoubtedly observed, The Agonist’s new look has arrived.

   One of the features of this theme is that an author’s profile is displayed on a post. If you have no content in your profile (as is the usual case), nothing displays. I added to my profile as an experiment. If you have info you want to display with your ‘byline’, just edit your profile ‘Biographical Info’ section.

   You will also notice Social Media buttons to the left of posts. This will make it easier for me to post Status on our Agonist Facebook Page and allow anyone to notify any of several Social Media sites. If you see a post you like, be sociable.

The More Things Change…

   Just to keep everyone in the loop, I wanted to let you all know that Agonist.org has a new owner.

   There will be some technical improvements coming soon, primarily to make the site more responsive and mobile-friendly, since web access is increasingly being done via mobile devices.

   The editorial policy will not change. We will still be free to post & comment as we always have.

   In preparation, I will soon be simplifying the existing site, removing unnecessary clutter.

   We would like to solicit feedback from bloggers and readers and a feedback form will be made available for that purpose.

   Once the site is repackaged for better service and functionality, we will explore ways to attract more bloggers and blogging.

      Stay tuned.