Wednesday, 16 March 2016

An ab is an int to the ints which are ints to the abs.

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If you read this blog with any regularity, you might have noticed that every post this year has been labelled (somewhere) with an AB or an INT.

Could be even a full word - archive blockage or interrupt thereto.

If you are here for the first time you might be thinking, like me perhaps - 'what's the point?'

Putting aside the fact that we could ask the same of just about everything - something this blog has on at least one occasion - this is a good point.

I mean, in the end, they are just posts after all.

But.

At the heart of Bitsnbobs - the blog that has a beating thereof - is an unusual trio of Archivists.

M(r)s Penny.
Bob.
The Twins.

The unholy and unpaid trio of four.

There may even be a Mobile Ru(o)manian somewhere.

And they are suffering with an overload of archival material, that has built up in the boxes in which they are housed AND produced a blockage in the tunnels at the back of the waterfalls where they are found.

So here they are appearing here (AB) except when they aren't (INT) and each post is getting an appropriate label so that one day, in a far distant and un-likley future, someone (me?) can turn round and say - "ah, do you remember the abs and ints?"

Clear?

Any questions?

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