Posted by: Admin | June 19, 2011

You and project50

A quick poll for you this morning. I had a gratifying reaction to my post about the imminent end of the project50 year (link is here if you missed the post) and I’ve been pondering the options. Literally, as I write, someone checked in and registered the fifteen thousandth view on the blog. I had no idea when I began this project whether anyone would be in the slightest bit interested, and I am both gratified and humbled by the response.

So, of all the options suggested to me, I am considering posting roughly once a week from now on. If you want to continue reading and taking part, that would mean you need to sign up for an email subscription or RSS feed if you want to be sure to catch every post.What I would like to know today is how many of you think you intend to stick with me into a second year. It only takes one click 😉

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