One Year

Today marks one year since I started this blog. Considering that I had done significant blogging in the three years before that you would have thought it would be stable, but I have been through 2 blogging platforms, 3 name changes, and a variety of styles. In that year this blog has had:

  • 311 posts
  • 360 comments
  • 1355 spam comments caught

That’s an average of 6 posts per week. I’m hoping for one per day in the future. I don’t anticipate any name changes or platform changes in the future, but I am working on making a new style that will not have the major bugs with Internet Explorer that this one has. Hopefully it will have all the functionality of my current style when I get it up but I expect it to have a nicer layout and improved navigation. I look forward to an even better second year than this first year was.

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3 Responses to One Year

  1. JM Bell says:

    Way to go. Too many blogs start and then disappear. You’ve been good, interesting to read, and a constant poster: what more could a reader ask? more bikini pictures, I guess, but aside from that, please keep up the good work.

    I especially liked your fringe candidate series. That was very well done.

  2. David says:

    Thanks for the encouragement JM

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