Last week marked the 1-month anniversary of this site, and what a month it's been. The response has been nothing short of phenomenal.

This little blog, which I thought no one would read, has been visited by thousands of people. My work has been read and linked to by some of the giants of tech, including Jim Dalrymple, Glenn Fleishman, Guy English, and Don McAllister. I've even made the front page of Techmeme a few times, which was a dream come true.

I haven't made a dime from this site, but the recognition I've received while pursuing my passion has been indescribably satisfying. Even if it were to fold tomorow, I'd consider it an astoudning success and one of the high points of my life.

The funny thing is, I never intended this to be a tech blog, but my geekiness got the better of me. It just goes to show that you should always do what you love, and not what you think others want to see.

Thanks to Hannah, my fiancée and editor-in-chief. I couldn't do this without her. Thanks to everyone who's read and shared what you've seen here. Thanks to Squarespace for gracefully handling the unexpected traffic. Most of all, thanks to my friends and family who have supported me from the start. After all, they're who I write for.