Saturday, January 31, 2004
By Steven Taylor

Time flies, but a year in the blogosphere, especially a year of sustained growth and success, is a long time.

Keeping that in mind, I would like to extend a hearty congratulation to James Joyner of Outside the Beltway, who has been blogging for a full year now.

I was there at birth, so to speak, as I received an e-mail with his original B*S page and the statement “What the hell.” Now, as he notes in his State of the Blog Address celebrating his first full year, I was quite used to receiving e-mails from him with commentary of various types. I initially took the note to mean: “What the hell?!?” and so I was at first confused as to what was so objectionable to the first couple of OTB posts, until I realized the content was his.

Also, you can blame him for the existence of PoliBlog, as OTB inspired me to give this blogging thing a try as well.

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One Response to “How Many Would it be in Dog Years if They Blogged?”

  1. Arguing with signposts... Says:

    Happy birthday to you
    Outside the Beltway is one year old today. It’s been fun watching James climb up the ecosystem this year, along with his southern twin the Poliblogger. FWIW, this site is only four days younger than OTB. So you can look…

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