Three years behind the masthead. Macro blogging is officially dead, social media in the ascendancy, and still I won't roll down the shutters and scarper. What the hell is wrong with me!
I can only think it must be love. So then, how's my blogging frequency been holding up? At the 2009 outset, declared goals were:
- two posts per week, on average;
- half of those technical, half not;
- half of the technical posts to be security related.
About 1,500 page views per month, last time I checked. Low enough to avoid most comment spammers, but just high enough to retain my interest.
As for the blog's original motivation, namely the introduction of security related software development, that's been superseded by the formation of something called a SCARB group in our (new, extended, all-inclusive and thoroughly democratic) Development Department. When the Security subcommittee (that's me and my pals, the "S" of the group moniker) enters a less dormant phase, this little blog will be one of the first to know.
Birthday candles courtesy of Wikipedia.