I've been running this blog for a while now. I'm not really sure when this started, but it was sometime over the summer. Today we hit 100 entries, and by we I mean me who wrote 98 of them and 2 other authors who each wrote 1. This is a lot of fun, and it means something to me to be able to share my gaming experiences with those of you who visit the blog. I'm starting to get some notice, too. It used to be that publishers wanted to meet with me so I could cover their game in PC Magazine and I would mention the blog. Now I'm getting meeting requests from publishers who want me to cover their games in the blog.
The only thing that disappoints me about this site is that very few people leave comments. I was hoping to generate a whole community of readers who would interact with me and others, but that hasn't happened yet. Maybe, in time, the community will materialize.
One thing that is very cool is that my web site analytics software tells me that many of my readers are not from the United States. I'm glad that I can have a global impact, so to speak. Not that I'm having much impact today, but who knows what will happen as the site grows. It's the web, the even playing field for all of us who want to generate and share content.
I want to say thanks to all of my readers for making this a fun and rewarding project through the first hundred posts.
Matt "Madd Matt" Sarrel