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Keeping up with the Blog Flume

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Published: September 29, 2009 at 6:23 AM

As frequent readers of the site might have noticed, we've picked up the pace of our publishing schedule here on Theme Park Insider.

On Mondays through Thursdays, we're now posting to the Blog Flume between 4-5 times daily, with another couple posts on Friday. (Weekends will see posts as big news breaks, otherwise, we're off at the blog. Discussion is ongoing in the comments and the discussion forum, of course.)

If you're looking for a convenient way to keep track of when there's a fresh post on the Blog Flume, may we suggest following Theme Park Insider on either Twitter or Facebook, if you aren't doing so already?

I'm linking our new Blog Flume posts from our feeds on those services, as soon as they are available. Plus, I throw a few extra posts on Twitter and Facebook, from time to time.

Yesterday, our Facebook and Twitter followers responded after I asked them the question: "Inspired by Barbara Walters and Katherine Hepburn, I'll ask: If you could be a roller coaster, which would you be?"

And later today, I'll be at Disneyland, shooting a photo gallery that I'll post this afternoon on the Blog Flume. But while I am there, I will be Twittering and posting to Facebook for TPI's fans there.

So, please, join us on those services, too. Then click over to the website for the full articles and discussion, here. And thanks, again, for reading Theme Park Insider. In whatever form you do.

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