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One year on the air

By Noah | February 5, 2010

It’s been just about a year since this blog went “on the air“.   In that time, almost 2000 people have “visited”, from over 75 countries.  I don’t go out of my way to promote this blog, and these numbers are tiny in comparison to the most widely read blogs.  Still, it’s very, very rewarding.  Thank you all!  My particular thanks to those who have taken the trouble to post comments, to help me sort out a reasonable copyright policy, and to link this blog from other places. One of the things that’s gratifying for me about working on the Web itself is knowing that I’m contributing, albeit in a very small way, to the technology that lets things like this happen.

Topics: Arcane domain blog, Web, Internet, Computing | No Comments »

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