I started writing online after joining Infosys (my first job) in 2003. So this year, I also completed 20 years of working. It’s not a surprise that my blogging origins coincide with my work at Infosys. I couldn’t afford a good internet connection or a decent computer before getting a job. That is only half part of the story.
This post is my 67th blog this year—the highest number of blogs in a year since 2009. I can only see it growing as I move away from social media. Currently, I use Twitter and Instagram, but my usage has reduced drastically due to blogging here and @firstname.lastname@example.org. I don’t remember when I logged into Facebook. So, all in all good.
I have been using maps inside WordPress using Maps Maker Pro. You can see all my major road trips were mapped using that. I like it so much that I paid for it. But recently, I have been thinking about moving map content outside WordPress and maybe using WordPress only to display. Then came the question of how and where to store GIS content.
How many subscribers does my blog have? It’s difficult to answer the question.
ad to my readers. Only personal blogs or blogs that individuals write are included. It’s done now, and it’s live.
I wanted to write 100 posts in 2021, and I am nowhere close to that. I tried to look at the posts by year and see how I have performed over the years. Of course, I could have done that manually by looking at the year archive count or running a query on the database. But recently, I have started using Xidel, so why not use it? :)