October 20, 2008


This is my 100th blog post. It has no purpose other than being my 100th blog post. Beyond that it is empty and meaningless, therefore, only slightly less useful than the first 99 posts.

But I understand why people do these commemorative type posts: they are easy to write. You just give the number, say how happy you are to meet the milestone (I am happy, but blogging isn't what drives my happiness, it is one of the outcomes of my happiness), and how you look forward to the future (I do look forward to the future, and will whether I blog or not).

So here's to my centennial. And now I have to go off and plan for the millennium.


ryan said...

andy, let me be the first to congratulate you on the accomplishment. Who would have thought - several months ago when we began talking about it - that such an event would be possible.
Keep it up!

Anonymous said...

Hey, Andy. When I read this I went back and looked and realized I hit the 100 post mark yesterday without even commemorating it. I missed my opportunity for an easy post!

Laurie M. said...

Yes, congratulations! It's been nice making your acquaintance.

Andy C said...

Ryan: Thanks, you have encouraged me from the very beginning.

Barry: It is never to late to commemorate an anniversary post. Just make it a commiseration that you let the mark go by without notice.

Laurie: It has been good to know you as well. I enjoy reading your blog.

David Porter said...

Happy 100th dude!

Your pontifications are perspicacious!