23 March, 2014

IP Iustitia's First Anniversary!

For those who might have glimpsed at the very beginnings of IP Iustitia, the blog has evolved quite a bit after a full year of operation. Who would have thought things would grow to what they are today, and for one the success the blog has had only spurs this humble writer to go further and improve. From the bottom of my heart I would like to thank all of my readers, both casual and subscribed, and hope the following years will be as great as they have been for the very first one.

I would also like to thank those who have given me feedback through comments on the blog itself or via email, and those who have either favorited the blog's articles on Twitter or retweeted them onward. I have always wished for my readers to participate and to help the blog grow and want to encourage you all to keep doing so as we go forward!

If you have not done so yet, subscribe to the blog via RSS or email (with a convenient box to do so on the sidebar of the blog), and you will receive all new articles directly to your favorite RSS reader or email address. The site's Twitter profile also posts all new content automatically, and can be used to share and interact with the blog directly!

As a final note, I would like to thank you, the reader, again. It is you who I do this for and I would have never believed things would get to this point in only a mere year. As said I will endeavor to make things even better and to produce even more high quality articles on current and past topics in the IP law sphere. If you have any questions or suggestions about the blog's future or its content, please email me, as I would love to hear your thoughts after a year more than ever!

Here's to an even better 2nd year!

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