Goodbye from Watching the Connectives: hello from The Digital Watcher


To all my readers, thank you and goodbye. This blog is now an ex-blog.

The first post of this blog was published six years ago in December 2010. Since then, there have been over 90,000 views of the 165 posts and associated static content. I have had great fun writing and editing the blog, and have enjoyed learning about the topics I have covered, and you, my readers.

Regular readers will have noticed a recent lack of new content whilst I took a sabbatical and changed law firms. As part of that change, I decided it was time to refresh my blogging activities and so I hope you will come and visit me at my blog home, The Digital Watcher: do sign up to receive updates.

If there is any content on this blog you have found particularly useful or topics you would like to hear more about, do let me know, and I’ll try to incorporate into the new blog.

About Rob Bratby

Telecommunications, media and technology lawyer advising companies across Europe and Asia
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