Looking at my stats page I see that I’ve got a current total of 5,000 comments on this site.

I have no idea whether 5,000 comments is a lot or a little, but it’s a big round number that keeps looking at me funny, so I assume it thinks it is important enough for a mention. Actually I’ve had a lot more than that as I’ve deleted something like 7-800 from various FAQ pages (as they are subsumed into the FAQ itself). Still, 5,000 have survived the various culls so far 😉

Of course, a bunch of them are my own comments, but it’s heartening to know that at least a few other folk out there think it’s worth joining in the discussion (hi mum, hi dad).

Since I started Quirkworthy I’ve had a load of fun chatting to you folks out there in internetland and I hope to do loads more of that this year. I’m not going to say what’s planned yet, but at the very least more of the same design notes, game theory and reviews as well as rather more painting than before. So stay tuned and please do speak up if you feel like chipping in. I’m happy to share what I know and what I think, but a good part of me being here is to learn from you guys.

Thanks for all your praise, insights and especially the awkward questions. Here’s to the next 5K.

Keep ’em coming!

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19 Responses to 5,000 Comments

  1. Minitrol says:

    FYI 5,000 is a LOT

    Well done and considering the range you cover very commendable!

  2. Cangrats dude!!!!! I don’t comment often myself but I do enjoy reading the threads.

  3. Delf says:

    Congrats. I’m always glad to read the insights of intelligent people. Plus 1 if it’s about gaming. Another plus 1 for game designers.

  4. mattadlard says:

    Well 5,000 suspect that the number thing is more the editor in you, as for the mass cull of coments, well, when editors armed with a blue pen get that fanatical gleam in their eye. >:)

    • Quirkworthy says:

      You’re getting your fanatical gleams mixed up Matt. Blue pens belong to censors. Editors’ pens are filled with blood red ink, or is that ink red blood? I always forget.

  5. Quirkworthy says:

    Very clever Ben.

    Now go to your room!

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