At long last, Salem’s Fire has been reduced to mere embers. When I took up this project, I had no planned number of articles or set length of time that I planned to write. As long as diabloii.net was around, I had hoped that Salem’s Fire would be around. Then graduate school hit. While it may be possible for some to work on a PhD and write a column every other week, I am not one of those ‘some’.
I thank all of you who have read my article over the past (almost) two years, and particularly those who took the time to write back. Some e-mails I could reply to, some I could not. I can honestly say, however, that I enjoyed reading them all. It truly is you, the readers, that makes any writing worthwhile.
It has been my honor and pleasure to be a part of diabloii.net, and I am grateful to Flux and crew for giving me the opportunity. I hope one day to return to writing about the things I love as I have done here, but not now. For now, exploring the mists of statistical analysis and making sense of seventeenth century theorists dominates my time. And thus, the fire goes out.
Luke T Blaize
Disclaimer: Salem?s Fire was written by Luke Blaize during 2002-2004, and hosted by Diabloii.net. The opinions expressed in these columns are those of the author, and not necessarily those of Diii.net.