Wizards of Oz

"Life is fraughtless ... when you're thoughtless."

22.7.08

1st Blogiversary!

Exactly one year ago I ventured into the deep waters of the 'blogosphere, inspired by the likes "of Tom, tdaxp, Zenpundit, Shlok, Soob" to "see how deep this rabbit hole goes."

After 213 blog posts (many from my Treo 680), 37,873 hits (since we started tracking in late August of last year), many face-to-face meetings with Überbloggers whom I had only known online before taking the red pill, and a vastly expanded Blogroll, the ride keeps getting better.

My humble thanks to all who have visited, commented, advised, challenged and cajoled. I have learned volumes, and hope that the coming years will continue to present even greater opportunities for exchanging ideas in order to make our world a better place.

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11 Comments:

At 22/7/08 06:16 , Anonymous BroIL - lakes said...

And only a week until your actual birthday. Congrats on a year of expounding, my brother!

 
At 22/7/08 06:25 , Blogger deichmans said...

Thx BroIL-Lakes!

BTW, rumor has it there is a DCite huntin' walleye in the Land o' Lakes. Be on the lookout for the 2nd guy from the left in this pict!

BroIL-foothills

 
At 22/7/08 06:29 , Blogger Dan tdaxp said...

Congratulations! I love the blog! :-)

 
At 22/7/08 06:32 , Blogger deichmans said...

tdaxp,

谢谢,大師

:-)

 
At 22/7/08 08:21 , Blogger Selil said...

Congrats. Always a great read.
I haven't made 200 posts yet in 15 years.

 
At 22/7/08 10:23 , Blogger mark said...

Excelsior brother Wizard !

 
At 22/7/08 13:15 , Blogger deichmans said...

Thank you, Sam & Zen! And I know for a fact that selil.com gets more attention than you're describing. :-)

 
At 22/7/08 18:25 , Blogger Jay@Soob said...

Well done! Looking forward to yet another year!

 
At 23/7/08 08:12 , Blogger deichmans said...

Thank you, General of the Hordes! It's a pleasure riding shotgun with you on D5GW.

 
At 24/7/08 18:46 , Blogger Sean said...

congratulations on the first and here's to many more!

 
At 25/7/08 01:43 , Anonymous Kotare said...

Good stuff Shane. I remember your post on Caesar and the Rubicon as if it were yesterday.

Onward!

 

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