A lot of people read this blog, and they leave comments to the postings. But to see the comments, you have to click on the "comments" link at the bottom of a posting. Lots of comments are still being added to popular posts from years back, and there is no way that anyone is going to check all these older posts for new comments.
So, for the next few weeks, we will be relisting comments that have been posted over the past year. The comments have been lifted from the blog's "dashboard," and they aren't formatted all that pretty, but at least you can read them. Each comment is documented with the name of the post where it was attached, and you can jump to the posting by typing the name of the post in the search box located at the upper left corner of this web page.
We hope that you will enjoy the info and memories contributed by our readers. (Also, the last comment in today's batch contains a nifty link that takes you to a dropbox account of collected Beaker Street audio files! By the way, Bud S. has some leads on new Beaker Street audio, which he is trying to track down. We'll let you know....)
Finally, a comment about comments: our blog uses Blogger (run by Google) for its postings. Blogger is great for presenting essays, audio files, etc., so that the blog becomes a history or archive on its topic. This has worked great for documenting the story of KAAY. But it makes comments secondary (otherwise, Blogger becomes Facebook). So, we will stick with Blogger and do a bit of extra work to flush out your comments.
Here's the first batch --- click on a comment to see it in a larger type font.