Become a Friend of Fiskbook

10 Jan

Facebook makes the bold claim that it is free to join, and always will be. We don’t make such a claim here at fiskbook, although instead, we can pretty much guarantee that, unlike facebook, it will always remain ad-free. You’ll also not get that annoying cookies notification that you get on so many websites. We don’t even know what a bloody cookie is, and besides, we’re fairly sure that this site doesn’t use them anyway. And besides, we’re pretty sure that the “cookie authorities” are never going to check up on us. The only slightly annoying thing is that, if you look up fiskbook on your smart phone, it may well come up with the question asking if you’d like to see a “simplified view”. The only way to avoid this, we believe, is to change the settings on your phone, but we think it’s a bit complicated.

But anyway, one thing we have now decided is to give you the option, a bit like facebook, of becoming a friend of fiskbook. All you need to do in order to do this is to add your name in the comments section at the bottom of this particular page. At this stage, there are no particular benefits of being a friend of fiskbook. Perhaps that will become more clear at a later date. At the same time as becoming a friend, you might also like to consider subscribing, so you get updates delivered to your mailbox. You can do this by pressing the subscribe button at the top of the screen and simply typing in your email address.

But the primary purpose of this page is to give friends the chance to say hi. So if you’d like to do this, simply do so in the comments section below. Who knows what it might lead to?

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  1. Engleburt Bartfast

    Well, I thought I’d get the ball rolling. I have the slightly unfortunate name of Engleburt Bartfast. And you thought Slarty Bartfast was an embarrassing name!

    I was first made aware of the writing of Fisk when he ran his publication named Square magazine. I contributed at least one article to the magazine, a spoof piece about Paul the Octopus, the Octopus who successfully predicted various results in the 2010 World Cup. I believe this piece now features on this website.

    I suppose I’m happy enough to be considered as a “friend” of fiskbook.

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