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kottke.org is 10

Three cities, two seri­ous rela­tion­ships, one child, 200,000 fre­quent fli­er miles, at least sev­en jobs, 14,500 posts, six designs, and ten years ago, I start­ed “writ­ing things down” and nev­er stopped. That makes kottke.org one of a hand­ful of the longest con­tin­u­al­ly updat­ed weblogs on the web.

Kottke.org is 10 years old today. Jason’s weblog has been a big inspi­ra­tion for me as a weblog­ger; his enthu­si­asm for design, media, sci­ence, and all things web, has launched a thou­sand memes, and made him an indis­pens­able voice in dig­i­tal cul­ture.

I am a kottke.org micropatron

I am a kottke.org micropatronJust arrived back from Vegas, and still catch­ing up on the web goings-ons, hav­ing been unplugged for near­ly a week… that is a long time with­out a fix.

Mr. Kot­tke quit his job to blog full-time, so I sent a few bucks his way. You should, too.

This is where weblog­ging starts to get inter­est­ing — when you can make a liv­ing doing it, with your read­ers as your only share­hold­ers…