Tuesday, October 02, 2007

1 Year Has Passed

I just realized this blog turned one year old a few weeks ago, and I'm still not at 50 posts. That's pretty sad, Ill have to pick up the pace. Over the past year I have blogged about various topics such as security, ELF, Linux, random security headlines and more. Sometimes even 'real' tech media will quote my posts. Does a lack of comments indicate no one finds what you have to say interesting? I hope not.

The blog averages about 20-40 hits a day from various google keyword searches and links to it. From what I can tell there's an additional 75 to 100 people who subscribe to the RSS feed via feedburner, bloglines, google and a few others I've never heard of. Thanks for reading for the past year. As long as I have readers I will continue to post :)


Anonymous said...

Quality over quantity.

I subscribe to many RSS feeds and I cannot afford the time to read every post.

I don't think only 50 posts in one year is necessarily a bad thing. Focus on the quality, not on the quantity.

That's just my opinion.

txs said...

A lack of comments certainly does suck. My blog is the same way. I post about as often as you, have about as many readers, and yet still nobody comments. I guess we blog to blog, not to hear feedback, for if we blogged for feedback we would have quit by now.


Travis said...

Congrats on your one year anniversary Chris. You always have interesting topics and I always like to hear what intelligent information security professionals have to say. Keep up the good work.