I hope everyone had a fantastic Christmas and is looking forward to what the new year might bring. It sure has been a roller coaster ride of a year for the world and hopefully 2012 brings some much needed stability. With 2011 nearing an end we will enter a year where the United States is no longer at war with Iraq which was a much needed Christmas present for our nation. The war in Afghanistan will begin its draw down and we will hopefully witness the birth of several new Democratic governments in the Middle East as a result of the Arab Spring. The economy is on the road to recovery even though European markets are shaky and the American people are slowly finding more and more jobs.
2011 was a fantastic year for My Bloggity Blog though with more readers, subscribers and if I do say so myself, better posts. With over 145,000 unique visits, nearly 600,000 page views and commenters from all over the world I cant say anything but thank you. I never expected it to take off as well as it did and it truly is a great feeling knowing that people are reading what I write and that the content is being discussed.
I think that it is best to leave something that isn’t broken alone but I do like additions and in the new year I plan to add to this blog. I want to push a segment of it in a more in-depth direction focusing more on issues that aren’t discussed openly but that need aired out. It’s not a new years resolution but I do feel it’s the right time to expand.
Once again I’d like to thank you for reading, commenting and putting up with my spelling errors
I’d also like to mention that if you’d like to continue reading this site as well as accessing others like Twitter, Tumblr, YouTube and millions of others you should take the time to educate yourself about SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act). If the proposed law passes it will ruin the internet as you know it and it is another case of politicians being bought by an industry. In this instance the industry is the media/recording industry. It gives individual companies the power to shut down and seize a domain if they find you infringe upon their content. In addition there would be no oversight of the seizure of domains.