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Thanks a Million – Tech Thoughts Hits One Million Page Views

One Million People In the last few days, Tech Thoughts reached its 1 Millionth hit, in just 15 months.

Thanks, to all of you, who have helped make this site the success it has become. If you’re a regular reader of this Blog, a BIG thank you.

If you’re not, and you’re just passing by, a “thank you” to you as well; please consider Book Marking this site, since in the coming months, some exciting changes will be occurring.

In the last few months, a new feature has been added to the site – Guest Writers (The Reading Room), which has proven to be very popular. Thank you, to all the writers who have contributed to this popular feature.

Blogging is tough – to consistently write useful content is one of the most difficult jobs I have every taken on, and there are now more than 500 technical articles on this site. The great thing is, you do read and use the information I generate; the comments tell me that – keep them coming.

An important aspect of Blogging, for me, one I hadn’t considered at the start, is the friendships I have made through Tech Thoughts. This has been the ultimate reward; meeting and corresponding with people who are knowledgeable, savvy and concerned with the “greater good”. This has been an eye opening experience.

A special “thank you” to TechPaul, who has been my sounding board and a great coach and a friend, who knows how to motivate me when the terrible “writer’s block” creeps in.

For those of you who think you knew me in Utah, Cincinnati, Las Vegas, London, England; Dublin, Ireland; or 100 other places, thanks for inquiring – but I’m a Canadian through and through.


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