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Sunday wrapup: 10K visitors and two interviews

Have to admit, when I launched blog on October 13th, I had no idea that it will take less than a month to reach more than 10,000 visits to the site. Without any ads or talking around, the site is holding steady between 400 and 600 visitors daily, and the number is continuously growing.
This is quite a promising information, and I am glad that more and more of you are coming to this blog – I had some issues with updating this past week, mostly due to relocation of stuff from Mountain House to San Francisco, and later trip to Croatia (flew on Wednesday night, arrived Thursday evening).
But the schedule for next week is really upbeat, I have some reviews coming online, most notably a review of Biohazard’s Annihilation machine, and analysis of GDDR5 technology. With both Nvidia and ATI showing GDDR5 in their roadmaps, I felt it was the time to write analysis piece of the standard and what it will mean for you.
On the other hand, I am hoping that I will be able to show you some of stuff I am actually working on, and that you’ll be happy to see what is coming next. For the end of this update, I want to inform you that recently, two interviews with me were aired/published. Croatian National TV (HRT) ran a 7-min piece about working online, where I addressed my time on The INQUIRER, TG Daily and Tom’s Hardware US, and tried to tell young and old folk that working online brings a whole new set of challenges, but it is highly awarding. Second thing was the interview over at Computer Zone. Be warned, the interview is in Romanian, but there will be an English version of it as well… probably.
Sadly, I don’t have the video clip from Croatian TV (interview was aired while I was in the US), but the interview is located here.