Comment working again

The comment-function wasn't working really great (small error). Because somehow wordverification wasn't visible, thank Aart-Jan van Zadelhof for noticing. Now wordverification is off, so everyone can comment anonymous again.

I never noticed because of my google-account is always signed in. This way there was no word-verification needed.

A bit off-topic, but it would be great if more serious windsurfers would become follower, this might give the website some more value/opportunities. I would like to keep it secret, but there will be a gps-test of something quite new/unknown in speedsurfing. This is made possible thanks to the hugh amount of readers and visitors, really great!! With near 100 readers and over 4500 visitors and increasing each month I am very motivated to publish new stuff. Most articles are published because I personally missed the information on the internet. But I believe that the readers can come up with much better missing information online. If you can think up any test/article for speedsurfingblog don't hesitate and contact!

Cheers,

Erik

Erik Loots

Erik is windsurfer for 10+ years. In his daily life he is professional in construction dewatering, advisor, troubleshooter. Erik likes adventures, explore and to challenge himself. During his life he is trying to get the best out of it and have respect for the earth, nature and future generations. The modern world is about sharing, in this blog Erik shares his experiences, selfreflection and lessons learned.

4 comments:

  1. Hi Erik,

    Great to hear from you, the next season will be on NP again!

    I do not fully understand the next lines can you make it clear?

    "I would like to keep it secret, but there will be a gps-test of something quite new/unknown in speedsurfing. This is made possible thanks to the hugh amount of readers and visitors, really great!! With near 100 readers and over 4500 visitors and increasing each month I am very motivated to publish new stuff."

    Cheers,

    Peter de Wit
    NED 161

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  2. Yep, quite intresting object... This is one of the things that (in my believe) could work really great. It should improve handling in choppy conditions like we got on the Amstelmeer

    It is not new, but I believe it is never used for gps-speedsurfing.

    I will get the proto to test against my current... I asked the importer via Kater if I could test it, I was actually surprised it was possible. Somehow I believe in some conditions this will be faster. But I will explain after I tested it.

    It will be quite an expensive toy, like twice the price of the regular.

    Do you know already what object I am talking about??? ;)

    Cheers,

    Erik

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  3. not koni-revisited?

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