This is a bit of a difficult greeting to accurately post due to time zones and such so if it’s still 2010 where you are, you’ll have to just put it down to “it’s the thought that counts!”
TechQuark would like to wish all of our readers a very happy, healthy, successful and prosperous 2011!
We hope you have enjoyed reading our articles during 2010 (we have certainly enjoyed writing them for you) and we hope you will stay with us during 2011.
In 2011, I have big plans for TechQuark. Over the last few months I think I’ve began to really find my feet on this blog, and have worked out the types of content and kinds of posts that people like to see and read.
I think the site needs a new layout, and we’ll be working on the redesign over the coming weeks. If there are a few hiccups, I hope you’ll try to be as patient with me as you’ve always been in the past, and at the end of it, maybe we’ll manage to improve the thing a bit. So, if you’re a a designer, and can come up with a fantastic redesign for TechQuark, I want to hear from you!
I’d also like to see more guest posts on TechQuark in 2011. If you have an idea for a Tech-related article that fits in with the theme of this blog, give me a shout.
If you were busy through out 2010 and couldn’t really catch up on all the fun and interesting posts at TechQuark, here is your last chance to browse them. 2011 will be a fresh year. I am kidding, all the articles will be available in 2011 and beyond as well. But just go ahead and read them anyway. :)
Anyway, that’s all I have to say for now, except to wish you a happy new year. Go off and enjoy yourself tonight. Be kind to your friends, your family and yourself. Be well.
Thanks again to all my readers. Happy new year! :)
Found this hilarious Youtube video where Louis CK talks about how incredibly amazing things are, but nobody is happy. Good to kick start 2011 with respect for technology :)