Who are you? Yea, YOU.

I was just reading Jeremy Keith’s thoughts on the value of comments and got to the part about popularity of blogs. I got to this:

The truth is that, when it comes to personal publishing, it’s not the amount of people who visit that count, it’s who those people are why they’re visiting that’s important.

It brought back a thought I had last night while applying a redesign to this site. I wondered who really visits on a regular basis. Especially those of you who read through an RSS reader. I know there’s a few of you out there (I look at my stats every now and then). But, I’m not sure I really know enough people who know what RSS is.

So, if you’re bold enough to, please tell me who you are. I’m very interested in knowing, not just for my pride, but because if you haven’t commented before, I’d love to get to know you. You might think I publish this blog just to satisfy my own pride. I don’t. I desire communication.

So, who are you?

Nate Ritter lives in the Pacific Northwest (U.S.), popularized the #hashtag and creates web applications for a living. He also does miles and point hacking to enable cheap travel for his family. More here →

5 Comments on "Who are you? Yea, YOU."

  1. Isaac says:

    I am Isaac, I look here for the pictures and to hear about neat things…and because i don’t want to pay attention to this lame theology debate

  2. nate says:

    Here’s the beginning of the photos in a post. I’ll try to figure out a better way of doing this, but for now, there we go.

  3. misha says:

    I agree and I appreciate comments b/c they make me think and even re-evaluate what I’ve written myself. In regards to creating communication – isn’t that what it’s all about?

  4. nate says:

    I sure hope so. That’s my goal at least. And this blog is an experiment in that practice. The more (quality) comments I get, the better I think I’m doing.

  5. Amber says:

    I visit because I think Nate and T are cool and I want to be like them when I grow up.

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