I write here about topics including technology, design, printing, travel and Prince Edward Island.
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How Much I’ve Written
All told, there are more than 7,500 posts here, just over 2.1 million words. Publication frequency has varied by year: so far 2005 was the most vigorous publishing year, but things have been on an upswing since 2016.
The average length of posts from 1999 to 2016 was 287 words. The longest post to date have been “Adventures on the Information Red Clay Road” Redux from 2012 and I’m the Map: Mapping and Agency in a Digital World from 2016.
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