The Future of this Blog

Regular readers have probably noticed that posting frequency has been low for the past few weeks. Unfortunately, real live intrudes and I had not been able to devote as much time to this blog as I would have liked to. Anyway, for the next few months, I will be having a large amount of free time on my hands, much of which I intend to devote to this blog. I will be trying to stick to my original intention of running a blog that does not just repost news from other parts of the web, but provides an original view of computers and technology. Of course, this means more frequent posts, devoted to slightly more “geeky” topics than usual and I’ll try to liven up content with screenshots, and maybe the occasional screencast as well.

Currently this blog receives about 20-30 visitors day and has about 40 feed subscribers. I’d like to increase those numbers to 200 and 100 respectively over the next few months. By the end of the year, I intend to move out of WordPress.com to my own domain and a proper host running a full version of WordPress.

Finally, thanks to all my readers, this blog wouldn’t have been what it is without you.

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Shrutarshi Basu

Programmer, writer and engineer, currently working out of Cornell University in Ithaca, New York.

4 thoughts on “The Future of this Blog”

  1. just experimenting. I really wanted another 3-column, but wp.com doesn’t provide many 3-column choices. Maybe I’ll go back to the old one with a different color scheme

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