Editor's Note: Six of One, Half Dozen of the Other
Oct 04, 2004, 15:00 (5 Talkback[s])
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You know how you think of something important and then forget to
write it down or type it into you PIM?
This seems to be my life lately. In the past two weeks, I have
missed a dentist appointment (darn) and, much more importantly,
missed noticing that last Tuesday was our sixth anniversary!
Of course, I may be forgiven, since we're still plugging away on
our new 24/7 schedule. The volume of stories on Linux
Today has grown by leaps and bounds, thanks to the
contribution efforts of so many readers, and the recent influx of
community articles that highlight the topics you feel strongly
If there is one trend in Linux media that we have seen changed
over the years, it is the growth of personal blog sites--some of
which provide news, tips, and information just as well as the
commercial media sites. Blogging harkens back to the early days of
the Web, when almost every site was a blog--we just didn't call
We recognized blogs as good sources of information quite some
time ago, and we will continue to link to them in our efforts to
point to the most relavent Linux and Open Source information on the
I, personally, would like to again extend my thanks to each and
every writer and editor who has ever worked on Linux
Today. Without their hard work and efforts, this vast
repository of Linux history and evolution would not exist.
How vast? Try 55,871 atories (31,128 of them contributed by
readers) and 287,338 talkbacks as of this writing. Sometime in the
next 12 months, we'll pass 60,000 stories and very likely the
300,000 talkbacks milestones.
So, again, thank you for making Linux Today a
part of your information experience. Six years later, and you've
helped us still be #1.