This week my blog has seen an influx of new readers thanks to people linking to my YouTunes post, and links from Lifehacker, Daring Fireball and EContent have brought in even more traffic.
If you ended up subscribing to my RSS feed as a result, I have to warn you: I’m not a regular guy. That is, I don’t post on a regular basis. One week I’ll post every day, and the next week I’ll have nothing to say. Which apparently is a great way to kill my RSS subscribers.
So…if you ended up subscribing this week, I hope you’ll stick around even when I’m posting less frequently. To entice you, here are some of the posts I made last year that I consider my favorites:
- Desktop Software is Paralyzed by Fear
- Crazy Poopin’ Bird
- Simplicity Ain’t So Simple, Part IV: The Blessed Curse of Power Users
- Web 3.0 Does Not Validate
- Hit and Run (side note: I find it hard to read this one now)
- My Web 2.0 Filter
- What is happening to my country?
- Advertising in Desktop Software
- Born to Code, Part I
- What was I thinking?
5 thoughts on “A Few of My Favorite Posts (Don’t Leave)”
Oh, I don’t know, you seem to post pretty regularly, Nick.
Glenn, I should confess that one reason I posted this was because I’m taking next week off, and I won’t be blogging.
And I hope this is one of those rare vacations of yours that *don’t* involve surgery of some sort…
Have fun, recharge, and we’ll see you in a couple of weeks!
Thanks, Critter – this is a surgery-free, week-long break for me :)
Thanks for the background. I transferred to UTK in ’91, and remember enjoying Dexter in the Daily Beacon. Oddly, my son is named Dexter. I won’t assume causality, though. ;-)
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