One Year Anniversary: Welcome to the Singularity

by on Oct.10, 2011, under Announcements, Identify Yourself, Website Update

Welcome! Welcome to The Singularity, a blog that collects things of interest I find from around the internet and the world, and offers them up to you. Today is not too special of a day, save for it being a Monday, but it is the one year anniversary of The Singularity being up and running.

And according to my stats, I think you guys like it. Sure The Singularity is no massive aggregator site, or even all that topical of a blog, and if I tried to monetize the site I’d be broke in under a week but I still feel happy to see a handful of people bouncing off the site every day and occasionally leaving comments. I’m happy to bring all this content to you and feel I’m providing some kind of a service, even if it is something akin to a mediocre Tumblr feed on most occasions.

Speaking of Tumblr feeds, the site has evolved a bit from what I thought it would be and I do hope it’ll evolve again in the coming year. In prior announcements I’ve talked about updating themes to be more readable and accessible for the type of content I seem to be regularly posting and I haven’t forgotten about that. For those of you reading to catch my writing updates, I’ll be updating about that soon. NaNoWriMo is just around the corner, after all. I’ll hopefully be writing more insightful articles and making the site a bit more friendly in terms of viewing a particular type of content. If you have any suggestions, feel free to pass them along.

So there you have it. One year Anniversary. Okay now you can go look at the other link in the other post. It’s a sweet and uplifting one, which I think is appropriate for today.


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