Merry Christmas to all my readers. I hope you’re taking some time off this holiday season. 2013 has been a steady year for Techtites.
Firstly, let me wish all the readers of Techtites a Happy New Year! 2012 has been a great year for the blog. I’ve made a conscious effort to find the time to make a few regular posts.
About a week back I noticed that the stats for all my feeds at Google’s Feedburner had turned to zero. Google acknowledged the issue a few days back. There has been a lot of speculation about the future of Feedburner with Google losing the Feedburner.
I noticed a few days back the downloads from this site weren’t working. Finally got down to tracking down an old backup and restoring the necessary files. The downloads section of the website should now be fixed.
If you are reading this post in your feedreader, click here to visit the blog. I have refreshed the color scheme of this blog. While it is still being powered by the same theme, I chose to go in for a shade of maroon instead of the traditional black.
Just a small post to wish all my loyal readers a Happy New Year 2010! 2009 has been a good year for this blog. While, I may not have succeeded in making any of the targets that I set for 2009, I’m happy that given the limited time that I was able to give to the development of this blog, it has definitely become more popular.
Long long back, at the beginning of the year I decided to set some goals for this blog. I decided it is time to take stock of these goals and see how I have progressed. Unfortunately, I haven’t been very successful in fulfilling the goals!
Over the last few years at Techtites, we’ve covered several posts on Excel as well as tiny utilities that made life simple. These have remained in the posts and well, not everyone drops into every post! So, I finally decided to dedicate a separate section on this blog to all these home grown files along with a link to the corresponding post.
I’ve been making a few updates to this blog. You would have seen the social bookmarking buttons at the bottom of each post. Please use them to add the post to StumbleUpon, Reddit, Digg or Delicious if you like the post.
With the new design, I decided to revive our community at MyBlogLog. Currently there are 70 members who are part of the community. I’ve added the widget at the bottom of each page of this blog.