This blog has come a long way since I started it in October of last year. Today it turned the odometer at 100,000 unique visitors (unique IPs) and I am proud of the achievement. This blog has become my vehicle of development, of keeping in touch with the communities I am involved in and helping people. To think that this started as a pet project on my Linux server at home over a puny cable modem.
This occassion has also coincided with the mention on the WordPress development blog and I really appreciate the attention. But I would like to share this wealth of visitors and the breadth of coverage that this blog enjoys. While you are here, if you were hoping to write on this blog, I welcome your articles and comments. Just register and shoot me an email with your intentions and I will give you permission to author posts. My co-bloggers and developers are already doing just that and I believe it is a good way to get some more attention for your own blog and work.
A lot has happened since I started down this path and a lot more is set to happen. In the next 100,000 unique IPs I hope to get another verison of Pictorialis out with a bunch of cool new features, I hope to get further involved with WordPress development (if allowed by the present dev team, and after my probationary period at my day job) and to make some aesthetic changes to this blog so the information becomes more readily available. There are also a couple of projects on the back burners that will get a little more life pumped into them.
So, in conclusion, I would like to say thank you to each and every visitor and urge you to come back and check often for updates. I hope to continue to be of useful service to the blogging community.