I sincerely apologize for the lack of posting in the last two weeks. It’s not that there hasn’t been interesting stuff to talk about (Opnext IPO, Comcast, 3G Conference) it is just that I haven’t made it a priority.
The load weighs heavier these days. Even though I wrote nothing in the last two weeks, I have more subscribers today than I did two weeks ago. This is primarily from new readers Googling search terms, finding this site, and becoming regular readers. Over 6000 people read this blog every week.
I struggle between posting short notes on current events and writing in depth pieces. It would be easier to post more if I wrote more topically, more like a traditional blog. I try and restrict myself to posting only when my opinions are unique, unseen and uncorrelated with outside information. This is not easy to do on a daily basis. It’s even harder if you try to be non-mainstream and right. I reserve the right to compromise my standards in the future. You reserve the right to stop reading.
I do post interesting links in the column to the right and add limited commentary. Even when I’m not writing in depth, I am posting links. They don’t show up in the RSS Feed but I think they make checking the blog every few days worthwhile.
In the meantime, take the time to read Bill Koss and his take on Clearwire. Bill’s blog is the best example of the anti-cut-and-paste blog mentality, where many blog authors all write about the same events without adding any value.