In Between Past and Future


Last week when our new issue went live on March 26, 2008, some very strange things happened which brought the entire site down for a little while, and left it only semi-functional for a few days. Now, although we are fully functioning again, with a few little bugs, we are missing our entire last issue from our database, because somewhere in there we were hacked. I may make the effort to restore the missing content, but that will not be possible this week. Thanks for all the comments left on my letter from last week, which are now gone along with the article…
The madness and mayhem on-line occurred while in the real world Tony and I were in our next-to-last week at Listen & Be Heard Poetry Café. There was still one more Metaphysical Muse event last Thursday. Then on Friday was a very memorable final open mic. And on Saturday, we had a pot-luck closing party. I say the next-to-last-week because this week is all about clean up and clean out before we can move on.
This Saturday from 10am-2pm you can come around to Listen & Be Heard Poetry Cafe one last time for our Yard Sale. Everything must Go!!! So please call your friends and come buy up the cutlery, cups, art, books, cd’s, furniture, office equipment and more.
This publication, Listen & Be Heard Weekly, is also now in a state of clean up and clean out. You can expect with my new found free time that I will be examining what is good and bad about the site, and developing it into what will probably be a virtual poetry café. But for now, I’m going to continue sweeping and sweating until the final task is completed and we turn the page on the chapter called Listen & Be Heard Poetry Café.

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