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March 9, 2006

Fourth Year of the Mike Kruckenberg Weblog

This weblog recently entered into it's fourth year. I've been meaning to make a note of it for some time.

On January 13th, 2003 I started this weblog at Pete's suggestion (he first posted in Oct. 2002). I wondered at the time if it would be a passing thing. I guess it still could become such. After three good years I'm tempted to say it's become a fairly permanent fixture in my ongoing activities.

Looking back on my first entry tonight it seems kind of silly. What did I know back then? So much has happened over the past three years. Things just seem so much clearer (something I notive every year, my thinking and observation becomes clearer).

I also noticed that that first entry had a comment from none other than the weblog and MySQL superstar Jeremy Zawodny.

Ah, the good old days.

Posted by mike at March 9, 2006 11:08 PM