Well blow me down! I can remember, back in 2008, when I posted an in-depth review of the ESC 2008 Grand Final right here on TV Forum, and later on lists of countries still waiting for their first win etc. Back the some complained my posts were too long and someone said "Get a blog".
So that's precisely what I did eventually, since 2011 I've had a Blogger.com blog, and post my long reports there. Not just Eurovision Song Contest related ones, but also ones about my trips to amusement parks with the Roller Coaster Club of Great Britain, and some of my own trips. Having a blog allows me to present some of the information (e.g. countries still waiting for their first ESC win) as a sortable table rather than a list. I can then link to relevant reports from relevant places to reach my intended target audience.
Unfortunately this time I was appallingly slow and sluggish at writing my two in-depth reports about the ESC 2018 Grand Final, I tended to write a tiny bit at a time when I felt like it, but sadly it's become the way I go about tasks generally these days. Consequently my Grand Final reports, statistics and league tables appeared this far into June, when ideally all that lot should have been finished, on my blog and linked to from the relevant places before the end of May (ideally within 10 days of the ESC 2018 Grand Final). Maybe people would have still been more eager to read reviews of the ESC 2018 Grand Final late May 2018 than now.
As for putting links to my reports here, well why not? This is a thread about the Eurovision Song Contest 2018, so links to my blog belong here. I've also put links from several ESC groups on Facebook, but that's so as many people as possible can see my links and read the reports if they wish.
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