This is not really a blog post; it's an experiment. I have no idea if it will work, but the downside costs seem trivial.
If you subscribe to Review of Keynesian Economics, or if your university has a subscription, you can read my article "Keynesian Parables of Thrift and Hoarding". (Anyone can read the abstract and get the gist.) If you want to comment on that article, here is your chance to do so.
[OK, that was the blog post. But it seems to me that one of the problems with academic articles is that the reader doesn't get a chance to comment on the article, and the author doesn't get the chance to read readers' comments and respond to them. So if you want that opportunity, here is your chance to comment, and my chance to reply to your comment. It's an experiment to see if there might be some complementarity between articles and blogs.
And thanks to Matias Vernengo and Louis-Philippe Rochon for the invitation to a non- (or sorta-) Keynesian to submit an article to ROKE. They wanted contributions from "the other side" too (see Simon Wren-Lewis's article too). So I tried to write a sort of "internal" critique of Keynesianism.]