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State of the Stew, 2008
Posted By Martin Ralya On December 31, 2008 @ 4:58 am In Gnome Gnews | 11 Comments
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 perspective, it took my first GMing blog, Treasure Tables, two years to reach roughly the point the Stew has reached in less than one year.
That, I have to say, makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. And somewhere in there, Gnome Stew became the most widely read blog dedicated exclusively to game mastering on the planet (which still boggles my mind a bit, I must admit!).
My thanks to my fellow gnomes, our amazing readers and members, and our advertisers for making 2008 a banner year for the Stew. Most of all, thanks for reading our work — that’s what makes it all worthwhile.
From all of us gnomes, Happy New Year! May your 2009 be filled with gaming, GMing, family, and all manner of other good things.
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