As regular readers will know, on the last day of each month there is a Month in Review posts. This came about pretty much by accident when I was looking for a post back at the end of September 2006 and it has carried on ever since.
(The Internet Archive has a version of the blog from November 2006 if you want to see the old format.)
That very first review post had entries about the site, the games I was playing (EVE Online, World of Warcraft, and Saga of Ryzom of all things), and what was coming. From that humble post a series currently 175 long has sprung.
The categories have expanded and changed over the years. Some things have gone… I no longer call out blogs that put me on their blog roll because nobody makes new blogs these days… and others have arrived, with game time tracking being the most recent.
The posts have also grown in size. That first review was just 500 words. These days the often go on for five times that length and link out to old posts in a manner that one might characterize as excessive.
In the end these posts have become something of an exercise in nostalgia for me. The joy of having nearly 15 years of work to look back upon. But I do wonder at times what others think of this monthly post, so today I have a poll.
The question is, which sections of the month in review you read or find interesting, if any. If you skip it, just click the “none” option. Otherwise, it is a multiple choice poll, so you can click all the boxes… though don’t do that, because one of the boxes is “none.”
For whatever reason the embedded poll feature won’t let me do a multiple select poll today, so I guess pick you favorite section. My plans thwarted as usual. The comments are there if you have a bone to pick about a particular section.
As usual, ad blockers or other security measures might keep the poll from appearing, but there should be a poll above this sentence.
Of course, this is also an opportune time to bring up something I ought to have in the monthly post, or ought to do away with. I make no guarantees… these posts have evolved somewhat organically to reflect what I want them to be… but sometimes fresh insight can be instructive.