Write and they’ll come.

When I started blogging about 2 years ago I knew exactly what I wanted. A place where I could go back and check what the heck I was thinking when I did something. I never had the intention of getting tons of users or making money out of it. This is exactly how I feel today.

 Now, I have anything between 75 and 150 readers according to my estimates. It surprises me that so many people would be interested in reading my blog. Why? Because I’m not consistent. The content of the blog is all over the place, sometimes a C# or JavaScript tip, sometimes a rant about a company, sometimes I talk about entrepreneurship, investment, politics, usability, crazy stuff, YouTube videos, I talk a lot about Sampa.

 Recently (on the last 3 weeks) I’ve been writing a lot more, averaging 3–4 posts a day. What surprise me was that on that same period my readership has increased by about 20%. Now, I don’t know if this has anything to do with me writing more, or, with the fact that one of my entries appeared on Boing Boing.

 If you are a reader of my blog: I’m sorry and thank you.

 I’m sorry for the misspellings, typos and wrong information that appears from time to time on my posts (never intentional). And I’m thankful for you spending any minute reading it. If you can learn anything ne w from me, I feel it was worth it.

Marcelo Calbucci

Marcelo Calbucci

I'm a technologist, founder, geek, author, and a runner.