I for one wish him the best of luck. Whether you agree or disagree with his posts you have to appreciate what he has done for the collective online Jewish blogging community. I’ve always liked him and I think whatever you think of his opinions he is a good guy.
I am happy for him. He will be working for the JTA’s online web presence. He writes that all together he will be blogging a lot less. I sometimes wonder if I could do that also. Don’t get me wrong, I love blogging and I love everything surrounding this little online world we hang around in. But at the same time, it can be hard. I’m not complaining, I’m just noting something all bloggers will admit to.
You can read my interview with him that I did a while back here.