Jeff Reichenberger writes:
I wanted to mention how much I enjoyed the latest issue of The Asylum (vol. 27, No. 4, Oct.-Dec. '09), the entire contents of which was thoroughly engrossing. I particularly found interesting the contrast in the successful research approaches between the article by Len Augsburger and Joel Orosz, and the article by David Fanning and Eric Newman - one team spelunking through the city archive bowels of Philadelphia, the other clicking around on Google. Whatever works! Much thanks to David Yoon and those who put together a great journal.
I enjoyed the issue, too. This is a good opportunity to remind our readers that while The E-Sylum
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