We are being pummeled by a deluge of data and unless we create time and spaces in which to reflect, we will be left with only our reactions. I strongly believe in the power of weblogs to transform both writers and readers from "audience" to "public" and from "consumer" to "creator." Weblogs are no panacea for the crippling effects of a media-saturated culture, but I believe they are one antidote. – Rebecca Blood, September 2000, “We've Got Blog: How Weblogs Are Changing Our Culture”
A bubbly mood in the shop this morning, as we celebrate our 2,000th post with Typepad. The first came in December 2003, when I switched over from the tyranny of HTML and AOL’s FTP. Prior to that, I blogged the Giants at “The Giants Journal” from 1999-2003.
The 2,000 mark falls short of an average of one per day, but I am proud of reaching this milestone.
For some reason, some old school praise seems appropriate.
Good job, now get busy with the next one!