That’s right folks! Four years ago today, the Geology News blog officially launched! At the time, I think the geoblogosphere consisted of Ron, Andrew, Maria, and myself! There are now over 100 geoblogs that we know of, and it’s growing by leaps and bounds. Not to mention all the fun we have too: Where on Google Earth and the monthly Accretionary Wedge geoblog carnivals.
It’s been fun. It’s been a rocky road, but most of all, I’ve learned a lot and met a lot of new friends along the way. To quote a famous, local music group (hello Grateful Dead), “what a long strange trip it’s been.”
Anyway, here’s to at least another four years of interesting posts, friendships, and learning!
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