24 March, 2015

IP Iustitia Turns 2 Years Old!

I almost didn't realize that it already has been a year since our very first full year of blogging, but here it is: IP Iustitia has turned a respectable 2 years since its inception in the early days of 2013. This writer for one is humbled and quite surprised how things have developed over the last two years, with the blog steadily growing and garnering some momentum amongst the IP law sphere.

The blog's very inception was just to do one thing and one thing only; to further my own intellectual curiosity within IP, and to allow for myself to express that very curiosity in my own way within that area, while trying to educate (to what extent a blog can do this) and to, hopefully at least, entertain the ones who read my blog both regularly and irregularly. The response I've gotten over these two years has been very positive, and if they're any indication, will push me to improve even more in the coming years.

So far the blog has had 60,000 visitors, and even though it might not seem like a lot to the casual observer, to me personally it is more than I ever expected. The blog is also very near to reach its 500th Twitter follower, allowing for one and all to take part in the conversation, and to share/favorite any and all posts that I might send the Internet's way. I've had some great interactions with people and organizations on Twitter, and hope things will get even better in year #3!

There isn't a great deal else to say, but a big thank you to all of whom who've read my articles, commented, emailed or Tweeted my way, and hopefully you will all stick around for the years to come! The more you engage, the better it is for me to write and to participate in our lovely IP community; one which is without a doubt the most welcoming and friendly group of people I've ever had the pleasure of being associated with. IP Iustitia will continue to grow and to keep you updated on select topics within IP law, and bring about a healthy conversation on topics that might interest you or others.

Thank you again, and here's to a great 2015!

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