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The State of the Stew, 2012 Edition

To close out 2012, I wanted to share my annual rundown of Gnome Stew’s site statistics and our milestones from the year. Let’s start with the numbers, with notes/comparisons to this time last year in parentheses: 158,274 unique visitors (up about 1%) 322,479 visits (up about 3%;...

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The State of the Stew, 2011

Welcome to our final article of 2011, my twice-yearly State of the Stew rundown on our stats, milestones, and so forth for the past year. We do one of these in December and one in May (the site’s birthday), and while they don’t make for scintillating read or appeal to everyone,...

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State Of The Stew: We Are Listening

Hello, DNAphil here.  Normally articles about the direction of Gnome Stew are done by our Gnome In Chief, Martin.  This week starts the big layout crunch for Masks and Martin is sequestered away helping to put the final touches on what we are expecting to be a worthy sequel to Eureka.  So while...

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The State of the Stew, 2010

I write two of these State of the Stew articles each year: one at the end of the calendar year, and one around our anniversary. Those dates are conveniently about six months apart, which is good spacing for a snapshot. (Past State of the Stew articles live here.) Gnome Stew went live on May 12,...

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The State of the Stew, 2009

This is the end of Gnome Stew’s second calendar year (we launched on May 12, 2008), so it’s time for another State of the Stew! (Past State of the Stew articles live here.) In 2008, we surpassed all of the milestones I thought we might approach, and I wasn’t sure what things...

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State of the Stew, 2008

When Gnome Stew launched on May 12th, 2008, we had a bit more than 60 registered members and 250 RSS and email subscribers (thanks to some pre-launch buzz). In the 7.5 months since then, we’ve reached a level of readership that far exceeds anything I had expected. To put these numbers in...

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