Today, exactly a year has passed since Alison’s first post on the Edge Hill University Web Services blog:
As we’ve spent the last couple of years talking about blogs, showing people how to use them and advocating their usefulness we thought it was about time we started our own!
There have been changes in the team with Alison moving to the University of Bath in January (and they’ve recently started blogging too), Andy Davies starting in November last year and yesterday Steve Daniels joined us to work with the Faculty of Health on an extranet project.
We said from the start that we’d try to cover a wide variety of subjects and just looking at the tag cloud shows some of the key issues we’ve considered over the last year. From social networking to symfony, we’ve tried to balance some fairly techie topics with things that might be more broadly interesting – let us know how you think we’re doing and what you’d like to see in future.
Everyone likes statistics, so I’ve been digging and come up with a few numbers:
- 141 posts
- Over 10,000 comments
- 276 non-spam comments – thanks Akismet!
- Over 33,000 page views
- 60+ subscribers to our feed
Thank you to everyone who’s taken the time to read and comment here – I hope you’ve found our blog useful and interesting and it’s great to get feedback.