Feedspot ranks Rebuilding Place in the Urban Space blog a Top 100 Urban Planning Blog/Website
While my writing production is down significantly compared to earlier times--
(1) I figure a lot of the time I've already written about particular topics and as the Talking Heads sang in the song "Psychokiller," "say something once, why say it again?"
(the crazy thing is sometimes when I am looking up backfile pieces and I come across stuff I have no recollection of writing and I am surprised at how good some of the writing is)
(2) because of that I set a much higher expectation for what I write now, and so each piece typically is much more involved and detailed and takes a lot longer to research and write
(3) meaning I write less and/or have many many unfinished written or outlined pieces
I have been blogging regularly since February 2005 (I started the blog in November 2004 but then I didn't write anything) and have more than 10,000 entries, with thousands of photos--many not my own--and millions of words.
Feedspot does, in naming this blog one of the Top 100 Urban Planning blogs and websites.
Since many of the blogs/websites listed are produced by organizations and/or more than one person, it's heady company.
Plus the list is somewhat international, not limited to the United States or the English language.
Being ranked #64 isn't so bad.
Jarrett Walker/Human Transit is ranked #12; Aaron Renn/Urbanophile is ranked #19, and Gordon Price/Price Tags #43.
It's definitely august company!
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