I'll be out of town this weekend, so no more posts 'til Monday, but I should have some interesting stories when I get back.
So A&S passed the 1,000 reader mark last week, which for a two-month old blog by an otherwise obscure guy isn't too bad, I suppose. A rough impression of Sitemeter data suggests that our readers break down into four main categories, listed in descending order of numbers:
- BuzzFeed hordes drawn over by a single half-assed post I wrote about marriage one day;
- A small - but deeply appreciated - number of regular readers;
- Writers Technorati-searching themselves; and
- Mom (Hi mom!)
I'm excited about where we're going... Over the next few months, we'll continue the TWICO feature, the Reading Conservative History
series (pre-empted this week because of time constraints), the Right-Wing Think Tank Review
(which will resume in two weeks), and all kinds of other irregular stuff. Plus we may finally see the debut of the long-promised Justin (who's had a really good excuse for not posting yet), who will bring his own take, especially on aspects of politics and conservatism relating to corporate law and the U.S. Supreme Court.
Thanks for reading, feel free to comment, and have a great weekend.