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Between early March and late June 2012, Constant Noble founder Reginald Routhwick (under his real name) joined Google+ after inspiration/encouragement from a Writers Digest article. Starting on June 28, he switched over to the "#WhatLiesAground" tag that gave his long-running social-media feed its name. In light of this background, the day counter is absent from these early posts, and the last part of the archive page titles is formatted as "2012MMDD".