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Arnold Kling has a Ph.D. in economics from MIT; founded homefair.com, one of the very first commercial websites, in 1994; separated from Homefair in January 2000 after it was sold to Homestore; is author of Under the Radar: Starting Your Internet Business without Venture Capital, and is an essayist. Send comments to us at econ@corante.com

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March 18, 2004

Taking a Break

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Posted by Arnold

I'm going to take a break from this blog for a couple of months. Maybe come back in June.

People are still talking about the economics of telecom and spam and the impact of the Internet on various business models, but they are saying the same things that have been said for quite a while. I feel like if I tune out for a couple of months and then tune back in, I won't miss anything.

CYA

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1. Zack Lynch on March 19, 2004 07:27 PM writes...

Great blogging Arnold. Have a wonderful blogiday...

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2. winterspeak on March 22, 2004 06:52 PM writes...

Enjoy the break!

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3. Matt on March 25, 2004 09:39 PM writes...

Enjoy your break. I look forward to your return.

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4. Ernest Miller on July 5, 2004 03:43 AM writes...

Well, being as it is now July, I hope you will be returning here soon.

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5. Ernest Miller on July 5, 2004 03:54 AM writes...

:-)

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