Celebrating My 4th Blogiversary

Today is the fourth anniversary of my blog! For your amusement, here are a few stats:

  • 848 Posts
  • 6 Pages
  • 30 Categories
  • 64 Tags
  • 647 Approved Comments
  • Total views: 140,714
  • Busiest day: 384 (February 11, 2009)

I thought it would be interesting to celebrate the growth of blogging about videoconferencing. When I first started, no one was blogging about videoconferencing. So I’d like to share with you some of my favorite posts from other VC bloggers.

Isn’t it amazing, this community of VC bloggers we’ve grown with and learned together through the last four years! I’m delighted to count you all my good “VC buddies!”

So, how about you? Any favorite VC posts from either my blog or others that you read? Please comment!

Photo Credit: Desandies, Manyee. img_0672.jpg. July 2, 2004. Pics4Learning. 24 Mar 2009 <http://pics.tech4learning.com>

0 replies on “Celebrating My 4th Blogiversary”

  1. Janine, congrats and thanks for including CSD on this awesome list! I like coming to your blog for reasons such as this- you have really great posts, and include several vc colleagues from across the country….and the globe. Keep up the great work!

  2. Janine Lim says:

    Thank you for your kind words, Rebecca!! I just learned about another GNG program already from your blog. 🙂

  3. Danny Maas says:

    Happy blogiversary Janine! What a shining light this blog has been for me! Thank you for your effort and insight!

  4. Janine Lim says:

    Thanks, Heather! Somehow I missed your blog in my list. You’ve done some great useful posts recently, especially this one on Facilitating Multisite Discussions. I look forward to hearing more from you too in the coming VC/blog years.

  5. Roxanne says:

    Happy Birthday, Outonalim!

    Thanks for the mention on your blog. I appreciate so much your leaving a clear trail for those of us who came into the field and have learned so much from you.

    Keep up the excellent work!

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