365: A Programming Note

If you are one of the few people who follows this blog (as opposed to arriving here through googling or a social media link) you may have noticed a flurry of activity. That’s because I’ve been closing in on one of my goals for the year – to post 365 times in 2015. Well, through the moving of about 100 posts from defunct blogs and livejournals, scores of book reviews, and a whole bunch of BQ(Q)s, I’ve reached that goal. This is my 365 for the year.

Many people say blogging is dying. And maybe they’re right. But right now I’m really excited about it. I have a lot of exciting new things I plan to post on Milo in the new year. Stay tuned, I think you’ll like it.

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About seanv2

Scholar, gentleman, jock. I run the website Milo and the Calf. There you will find the Boston Qualifier Questionnaire where runners share their stories of qualifying for the Boston Marathon. You'll also find my thoughts on endurance sports, ancient history, Judaism, and hundreds of book reviews.
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4 Responses to 365: A Programming Note

  1. Wow– that’s impressive! I think I found the time to post ten times. 😉 congrats on meeting your goal! Blogging is a fun way to communicate and meet other like minded folks around the world. It’s not dead! Merry Christmas and a happy new year to you!

  2. Congrats on you hitting your goal for the year.

    Speaking of blogs dying. Since I haven’t written a blog post in over two months, my blog may appear to be dying… But NO- 2016 will see renewed life in my blog and a HUGE life change taking place. Stay tuned.

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