Osashiburi! Long time no see; it’s nice to be back.
I apologize for my unannounced and prolonged absence from this blog. Real life caught up with me and I was forced to de-prioritize this project in favor of any number of other obligations. I’m happy to say, however, that from this point forward, sustainablesushi.net is back in business.
There’s all sorts of interesting news on the eco-sushi front that took place while I was napping, so I’m a bit behind the 8-ball right now. That said, I have a slew of posts and articles coming this way in the next few months, so we should be in good shape relatively soon.
There are a few items that I should mention:
- At least for the time being, this blog will no longer have a regular update schedule (as if it ever did.) Articles will materialize here as is feasible and appropriate. For regular readers, I highly suggest using the RSS feed so you are alerted when there is a new post. You can subscribe to the RSS feed by clicking on the RSS button that appears at the top of a post page – just click on the headline of an any blog post and go from there.
There will be some interesting cross-posting and guest posting. Some of the key media outlets participating in this project include alternet.org, markbittman.com, greenpeace.org, and others. I’m excited to start this new venture and I hope you all enjoy it as well.
- There’s a big serial piece coming your way. I’m not sure when it will drop – it’s a long one and I still have quite a bit of work to do on it – but it’ll happen eventually. It has to do with a recent two-week journey that Chef Hajime Sato and I took through Japan.
4) Even though the blog was down for the past several months, the individual fish recommendations are all still up to date as far as I know. There are some big updates coming soon, though, so stay tuned.
I am sure that some of my readership has moved on during my absence, and I appreciate those of you who stuck around long enough to be reading this post now. As always, I appreciate your comments and suggestions more than you know and would love to hear any ideas or thoughts you may have about how to keep this website interesting, informative, and enjoyable.
Thanks for your support and loyalty!