A big thankyou to all the readers of Everyday Linux User during 2014

 

Times Square

As the year draws to a close I just want to say a big thankyou to everybody who has visited this blog during 2014.

Here are a few highlights from the year:

  • Over 100 articles added to the site
  • Those articles generated 4,931,288 pageviews
  • The current total pageview count is over 10.5 million

There have been guest posts from the following people:

There have been interviews with the following people:

The blog has been mentioned in the following podcasts:

A big thankyou has to go out to sites that link to Everyday Linux User as well:

I would also like to thank the following people:

  • 860 Feedburner Subscribers (Link in top right corner)
  • 337 Email Subscribers (See the box on the right)
  • 307 Twitter Followers (@dailylinuxuser)
  • 91 Google+ Followers
  • Anyone who has commented on the articles

I would also like to thank the following people who have also helped to contribute during the year.

  • Amy Breuckman
  • Robert Schulties
  • Katherina Wittke
  • Reuben Rowles-Doble
  • Marlon Rigel

Of course the other person I have to thank is my Wife, Stephanie, who loses a lot of my time, as I write these articles. This year I turned 40 and my wife took me to New York as a surprise.

The significance of the photo is therefore from our time in New York and the fact that it is of Times Square, where many people will of course be seeing in the new year bells.

Happy New Year to all of you and of course my fellow Linux bloggers:

The first new article of 2015 will be out on Sunday, 4th January.

If you can’t wait that long then visit About.com as a new article will be appearing tomorrow.

 

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