Sunday, January 24, 2016

Big Change Coming to this Blog


Soon, this blog

will be renamed to

because of an issue with a registered trademark  in the UK of which I have only recently become aware.

The owner of this trademark and I have come to a win-win agreement without the need for involving other actions. I personally feel that this is an excellent resolution. As a respected author, I have no desire to infringe upon this trademark and I completely understand this trademark owner's position. If the shoe were on the other foot, I would be doing the same.

All of my previous posts will be moved to a new blog site that is currently under development called "Audiophile-Muzings," a variant of this original name intended to be inspirational as my blog was originally conceived to be. The trademark owner has also agreed that this is an acceptable name change. However, this will take some time to implement since there are about 200 posts involving numerous links and external sites that must also be informed and coordinated about this move.

I will post updates to my progress as they become available. No new postings will appear on this site other than these updates. Please be patient with me since this is indeed a monumental effort.

To minimize confusion at this point, let me clarify something.

If you are looking for the blog AudiophileMusings, you have reached the wrong blog.

Click this link to take you there.

I publicly apologize for any inconvenience and confusion this may have caused.

Yours for higher fidelity,

Philip Rastocny

I do not use ads in this blog to help support my efforts. If you like what you are reading, please remember to reciprocate by purchasing one of my eBooks or through a PayPal donation, My newest title is called Where, oh Where did the Star of Bethlehem Go? It’s an astronomer’s look at what this celestial object may have been, who the "Wise Men" were, and where they came from. Written in an investigative journalism style (like that of the Discovery Channel), it targets one star that has never been considered before and builds a solid case for its candidacy.

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