Sunday, November 3, 2013

6-Year Blogiversary and How Are You

Hey gang, welcome back! I hope everyone enjoyed their weekend, perhaps even getting in some late Halloween fun before starting November in earnest. The decorations are down, but they'll be back next year. I had a great Halloween season, and I hope you did too.

Now it's time to move on, and this time of year, I like to acknowledge the anniversary of this here blog! It launched on October 30th, 2007, but now that I'm deep in the Countdown at that time, I don't mention it until it's over. I like to look back at what I've written over the years, and if you'll permit me to toot my own horn, I'm very happy with what I've done with it all these years. It's not flashy, and I'm not as prolific as other blogs, but I do my best. I try to maintain a blog that I myself would be interested in reading. Whether or not the blog is entertaining for others is up to you.

You can always let me know what you like and don't like by leaving a comment, emailing me at phillyradiogeek@gmail.com, or completing my reader survey along the right of the blog.  Don't be shy; feel free to praise or disparage at will!

Here's to more fun and frivolity as we enter year 7 together. Thanks as always for reading. You're the best!

6 comments:

Caffeinated Joe said...

Congrats! Here's to many more years ahead!

Phillyradiogeek said...

Thanks Joe!

Todd Mason said...

Oddly enough, my blog is 8 months older than yours, but I got off to a much slower start. Happy belated! Clearly, all the [something] [ex-]kids started with Blogspot in 2007...

Phillyradiogeek said...

Thanks Todd! Blogging really exploded in the late '00s, and I felt like a latecomer at the time. Yet I sometimes wonder if Blogger/Wordpress-type sites may be on their way out in popularity (or at least less enthusiastically enjoyed) thanks to the proliferation of Facebook/Twitter/Tumblr etc.

Todd Mason said...

Tumblr, like WordPress, is simply another Blogger...with pluses and minuses all their own in each case. But blogging is still pretty much something those of us who don't like to be too rushed or constrained or blasted probably will do till the free blogging services start charging (I wonder how much data-mining Squarespace, which charges, does v. Blogspot/WP/Tumblr...and how much the latter v. FB and Twit).

Todd Mason said...

...and Pinterest...and the other social media...

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