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Mrs G informs me that the MilBlogs Ring now stands at 190 members. At the current rate of growth there will be 200 within a few days. Back when it all started there were two dozen military bloggers that I knew of - and I thought maybe half would sign on. For any readers who might be under the mistaken idea that I never admit when I'm wrong - I was wrong.
Looking back at the earliest days (and by the way, we're still in the early days) I'm happy to note the number of folks who are still going at it. I tend to focus on new blogs and newly deployed bloggers here these days, but I want to take a minute and acknowledge the early adopters that made the MilBlogs Ring what it is today. The Ring started on Veteran's Day 2003, and without further ado, here's the gang that joined in the first month of ops (and who continue blogging to this day):
Chromedomezone (hurry - going fast!)
Countercolumn (formerly Iraq Now)
All in all, a pretty good start. Thanks gang.
By the way, I heard from Sgt Hook not long ago. He's fine, his family's fine. He's busy traveling and preparing to jump into a new job. Keyword? Busy.
But I know what he wants to do...
Update: If you're active duty, guard, reserve, retired, vet, or spouse and want to join the ring, click here.
I did submit my blog a few months back, but don't recall getting any ringsurf codes, or other directions. Might have been filtered out by the mail system... When I tried it today, it says I'm already in the ring. I don't show up on the listing of MilBlogs, so I'm stuck in never never land right now it appears.
Could you help me out and point me in the right direction to untangle this mess? Thanks...Posted by Curt at April 22, 2005 06:02 PM
Thanks for telling us about Sgt. Hook. A lot of us still miss reading his stuff.Posted by Ric James at April 22, 2005 06:02 PM Hide Comments | Show/Add Comments in Popup Window(2) | (Note: You must refresh main page to view newly posted comments here)