Today I’ve hit a milestone in my number of unique visitors. Since I started this blog, I’ve had 3,000 unique visitors which is really great. Entering the world of blogging for the first time, I wasn’t sure what to expect, but to see a daily stream of readers is really encouraging and I really enjoy writing about topics that I historically haven’t had a reason to write about. It’s really interesting to take a look at the impact of requirement in the academic space in comparison to openness of writing on a WordPress blog. The notion of procrastination or a lack of interest is almost non-existent because you wouldn’t write about something you weren’t interested in personally. So I just want to say thank you to my followers and visitors. Please check out some of my other material elsewhere in the links to the right for some different blogs and projects.
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