This post is a token yearly blog wrap-up on the number of readers. I did not create any fancy charts as I am busy catching up on things since being on vacation for 2 weeks. The traffic for the almost 7 years has increased each and every year unlike the global economy. The Between the Lines blog had 1 million visitors from 217 countries using 188 languages on 21 Operating Systems and 74 Browsers. In addition to the web page readers the average RSS Subscribers per day was ~19,000 avg. per day reported by Google Feedburner.
A video has been posted to YouTube showing some highlights of the second annual Bloggers Social at Autodesk University. There was also a great series of Design Slam competitions including one night features "Extreme Free Form" AutoCAD Design Slam in which 3 power AutoCAD users went head to head.
I am planning on sending out invitations to the Autodesk University 2009 Bloggers Social this week. Make sure to sign up for consideration to the 2nd annual special event held at Autodesk University.
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This week I had the pleasure of traveling here to San Francisco to attend a special Autodesk event. Autodesk invited several AutoCAD 2010 codenamed “Gator” beta testers who were also AutoCAD bloggers to attend the AutoCAD 2010 webcast backstage and also meet with members of the AutoCAD Team for a action packed day.
There is limited availability to attend a special webcast but I wanted to provide an invitation to my blog readers. I am currently in San Francisco with quite a few bloggers including Aussie Steve Johnson who I had lunch with today.
Josh Jones has a blog that I read in my RSS feeds named Lazy Drafter “AutoCAD tips for the lazy drafter.”. He writes often about how to make things easier with Autodesk products like AutoCAD. He is not really lazy, just really smart.