Happy holidays, everyone; I hope yours was as good as mine! Today marks the end of 2010, and it also marks the 100th post here at The Basement Geographer. When I started this website five months ago, I had no idea it would grow as quickly as it did, and I only have you to thank for that. It’s been a rewarding experience bringing you these articles over the past five months, and I hope you are finding things that pique your interest.
This blog would not have made it where it is already without the support of wonderful blogs and websites who have been kind enough to link to this site. I’m not a user of Facebook or Twitter and I don’t do a lot of promotion other than an occasional webpage comment, so I really only have you kind folks to thank. A lot of those great sites are the very same sites you see linked in the sidebar; I encourage you all to visit them and add them to your feeds or daily websurfing routines if you haven’t already (in which case, what’s wrong with you? 😉 )
When I post an article, all I know is that it’s interesting to me. I really have no idea which ones you’ll find popular or not. Here are the ten most viewed articles on The Basement Geographer for 2010:
And here are ten others worth a peek:
I’ll be trying to keep up the same pace in 2011 (four entries a week: two early Monday morning and two late Thursday Pacific time).Thanks again for visiting, and all the best in 2011.