I want to recommend two people who I think have far less followers than they should have - and by followers, I mean READERS.
Both are extremely bright and have unique talents for explaining very difficult subjects to the rest of us. I doubt either one ever reads the forums, so you may never have heard of them, but if you like "wicked smaht", please check out both "Manna in the Wild" and "Joyus Crynoid".
I think you'll be pleased to make their acquaintance and we can leave them wondering why their HP traffic suddenly jumped (and I hope it jumps from Google too as I posted something similar at G+) :
Yes I'm familiar with Joyus Crynoid, as he's a fine mandolin player of some of my favourite genres of acoustic music.
I might give the other one a look.
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