I started this blog two years ago today. I didn’t really know what to expect ― whether anyone would read it, or even whether I’d keep going for very long. So its still being around, two years and 330 posts later, is a success. The readership, so far as I can tell from WordPress’s stats, is growing, albeit erratically. That too is a success, and a very gratifying one. Even more so because my readers include not only fellow constitutional law geeks (whom I salute!) but also practicing lawyers (and maybe even some judges), as well as people outside the legal profession. This diversity is something of a surprise to me, and a very pleasant one. I am very grateful to my readers ― to you! And especially, of course, to those of you who have, over these two years, taken the time to tell me that they read, and maybe even enjoy reading, what I write here.
So the plan, for the future, is mostly more of the same. I slowed down a bit in the blog’s second year compared to the first, at least in terms of the number of posts, but I’ll try to keep up the pace in the months to come. If, however, you think that I can improve something ― whether in terms of contents or format, even just the blog’s “look and feel,” by all means, do let me know. I like to think that I’m doing pretty well, but I’d like even more to do better.
Thanks for reading me!
(And, if you enjoy this blog, don’t keep it to yourself ― think of your friends and colleagues who might enjoy it too!)