Well, we’re nearing the one-year mark for Selenian Boondocks, on June 16th. We’re at about 48,375 hits so far since I put up the site meter (about a week or two after I put up the blog), which means I’ll probably just barely miss the 50k mark for my first year. But that’s pretty amazing anyway, especially seeing the fairly narrow focus that I’ve ended up using for this blog. That tight focus probably isn’t going to change anytime soon, regardless of the temptations I go through to post about foreign policy and current events. I don’t want this to always remain only a space blog, but I fear that if I give in to those temptations, the signal to noise ratio will suffer a lot.
Anyhow, I probably won’t be able to blog again for another week or two, seeing as how Tiff and I are packing up to move on the 16th, and I just wanted to take the time now to say that it’s been a lot of fun, and I appreciate all of the comments I’ve received. I can’t say that I’m the most profound space blogger, but I hope that some of my half-baked ideas have made some of you think about things differently.
Here’s to hoping for another good year!
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