A blog is a web page of bite-sized information blurbs, news items and commentary that is frequently updated. Each entry is called a “post” and is arranged chronologically. Most blogs are tailored to a theme; PI buzz covers topics of interest and benefit to professional investigators and researchers.
Blogs are unique because they’re instant messages to the Internet and they invite the reader to become a participant.(Select the “Comments/No Comments” link at the end of any post and take a trial run. Don’t fear. You can’t break anything.)
Your participation and ideas for future posts keep PI buzz alive.In the right side column is a search function. Enter any word, select search, and get a list of all the entries in which that word has appeared. All of the posts (almost 600) from PI News Link, my former blog, are archived here, and are searchable.
New postings are being slotted into categories (which are listed in the left sidebar), and can be selected to find all the related entries (called tagging).
You can keep current on this site without having to remember to visit by subscribing (The “Newsletter” subscribe window in the top right sidebar.) or through a newsreader. Put “newsreader” in the search window to read my prior elucidation on this utility.
Almost everything on the site is hyperlinked and will take you to something to read or do. The masthead logo will always bring you back to the home page, and that’s comforting.