Thursday, June 19, 2008
You know what's kind of funny? I totally forgot that my blogiversary was today until I saw that it was Doctor David's blogiversary yesterday. So, thanks for reminding me.
The second year of The Doctor Anonymous Blog saw a lot of changes. It's also kind of funny because I told myself that I would never video post again, and yet I started that again at the beginning of this calendar year. I tried it briefly during my first year - to bad results (in my opinion). But, honestly, I think that's going a little bit better now.
Probably the most significant change was the addition of the internet radio show in August of last year. That medium has always fascinated me. Growing up, I always wondered what it would be like to be a DJ and play music. And, growing up, I also always wanted to be Johnny Carson and be the host of a talk show.
The first few months of the thing really just had me trying to figure out the technology. I complain of technical difficulties now. But, when the show first started, I remember one show where I was on for the first 2-3 minutes. Something would happen, and I didn't get back on until about 5 minutes left on the show.
The people that I have met and interviewed on the show have been fascinating. Thanks again to all those who took the time to be on the show and put up with my interviewing style. But, most importantly, thanks to all of you out there in blog land who take the time to listen to the show - either live or on the archives. We have a great time when it's live!
Unfortunately, something that also has changed on this blog is that I have been posting less on medical/health topics verses a year ago. I'm not sure why that happened. It's a little that my job as gotten busier - meaning less free time. I do take the time now to plan out the radio show and try to get guests - and that takes some time.
But, I miss writing, and that's why I started blogging in the first place. So, I want to promise myself that I will really try to write more posts again - whether they be about medical/health news, or day-to-day life, or whatever.
Thanks again to all of you out there who read the blog, who subscribe to the blog, who tell others about the blog. I'm still humbled by the thought that people out there actually are interested about reading this blog. Thanks so much! Hopefully, I'll still be able to do this for another year!
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