Thursday, January 26, 2017

Comments windfall: Who is my amazing Anonymous benefactor?

I've never seen anything like this in the six-plus years of Papergreat's existence. In the past two days, I've received no fewer than a dozen comments on posts from the archives. All of them are Anonymous comments, and all of them are wonderful and clarifying and helpful. I'm going to round all of them up for a weekend post, to share the insights that have been provided and the mysteries that have been unlocked.

If you're reading this, Anonymous, thank you! And if you'd like to share a little bit about yourself — your initials or your state of residence or perhaps a special code name or call sign — that would be cool. And if you prefer to simply remain Anonymous, that's cool, too. I just wanted you to know that I appreciate that you read Papergreat and have provided many interesting tidbits that help to improve upon these posts.

1 comment:

  1. It's my pleasure. My name is Mark Felt -- or maybe it isn't. As a student of history, you will understand the reference.

    This morning's posting pertaining to "Dramatic postcard featuring a dragon and a ghost" took quite a bit of work and assistance from my brother, who is a Japanese language expert and was a multi-year expatriate in Tokyo.

    More insight to follow.