It's hard for me to believe that yesterday marked the 8th anniversary of this blog.
There were only a handful of labour and employment blogs back in 2003 (Mike Fox's Jottings By An Employer's Lawyer, George Lenard's George's Employment Law Blog, and Ross Runkle's LawMemo, and this one, all of which are stiil going strong) and none in Canada as I recall. We were technological radicals, back then, now, blogging has gone mainstream. Who knew?
Starting a blog in 2003 was not as easy (technologically) as it is today and you'd, of course, have to deal with the Spockian raised eyebrow whenever you'd explain what a blog was and why you were writing one. No explanation required anymore.
Lots of things have changed for me personally and professionally since the start of this blog so many years ago now, all of them extremely positive and some of them directly or indirectly a result of blogging. Though I don't write as much as I once did, this is a product of lack of time rather than lack of interest or things to write about.
Thank you to all those who have followed this blog over the years. Your feedback and comments are much appreciated and I do hope you keep reading.