Techrights at 24,000

Posted in Site News at 5:22 am by Dr. Roy Schestowitz

My beloved mountains

Summary: Techrights has nearly reached 24k blog posts (just a couple of days away), marking the latest milestone in a long history of relentless activism/journalism

TWELVE YEARS, 24,000 blog posts, i.e. about 2,000 per year, on average. I was in my early 20s when I started and here we are still dealing with the same (or similar) subject, notably software patents. Before focusing on EPO we focused a lot on the US patent system (mostly patent scope, not scandals) and prior to that Microsoft and Novell, primarily their notorious patent deal. There’s hopefully nothing that can prevent us from reaching 20 years and 40,000 posts; it looks like a lot of media lost its momentum/footing because of social [control] media, but we’re still doing fine and attracting as many readers as ever. Thanks to all those who have supported us since the very beginning in 2006.

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