A new idea

I think that from now on, I’m going to try to gather up as many posts on ancient Greek, preferably κοινη, as possible each week and summarize them for our viewing audience.

What do you think?

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  1. Mike, you don’t know how blessed I am to have found a group of bloggers who are into studying Greek. I really love this brotherhood of Greek enthusiasts.

    I’m all for what can help us, and I think this is a great idea you’ve proposed.

  2. I’ve removed about a dozen this week and there are 39 left. However I’m adding new ones at the rate of 1.5 per day so…

    I use Google Reader, I think you were the one that originally recommended it to me, though I can’t recall exactly. I already use Gmail and their Reader works fabulously. It also auto-logs me into Blogger when I’m commenting on someone else’s blog so it’s a great catch-all.

  3. Is once a week to much…? Maybe twice a month…I’ll wait and see…

    Let’s call this a trial run before we begin calling it a Carnival – which by the way is derived from Latin, not Greek.

  4. Yeah, I realize 39 isn’t that much. Then I see you have 217 and that I seem to be heading there rather quickly. I already post less than I’d like due to how many posts I read. I only have so much time online so the more posts I read, the less time I have to spend creating my own material. I think it’s inevitable that my feeds will keep growing though.

    As far as frequency goes. I’d say just play it by ear and go with whatever seems natural.

  5. if you only have so much time…either read only the posts that really catch you, or think about which blogs have interesting and readable post the most often.

    I’ve also probably delete a couple dozen blogs that I just wasn’t reading…

    That’s a good idea on frequency. I’ll wait and see…

  6. Greek is for losers 🙂

    Yeah, I think it’s a great idea. As far as posting frequency, just go with the flow…

    For a feed reader I use Sharpreader. I’ve tried online readers and I’ve never found them to be as nice as Sharpreader.

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