As we embark upon another year here at The Digital Home, I wanted to make it clear to you all that 2008 will be even better. If you've spent the last six months enjoying my hard-hitting commentary on those topics that matter most to both you and I, then you won't be disappointed in the New Year. That, I can promise you.
In the coming year, a number of additions will be made to The Digital Home so you get even more of what you're looking for when you get here. In the coming weeks, my weekly podcast will finally start production and it'll basically revolve around three parts -- tech talk with another tech luminary, an interview with executives from different companies and my discussion on emails, comments and (hopefully) voicemails from you, the listener.
Beyond that, you may find the output increased a bit on The Digital Home so you can get more of my take on things. If that's something you'd like to see, please let me know in the comments.
Suffice it to say, 2008 will be an exciting year for The Digital Home and I'm happy you've decided to come with me so far. I hope you enjoy the ride as much as I will.
Finally, I just wanted to bid 2007 adieu. For those of you who don't know, just one year ago, I was only seen in the pages of Processor Magazine and Gearlog. But after just one year, I've been able to break through in this business and have now joined the pages of over 10 publications.
And although this may sound cliche, the only reason for that was the support of my readers. In a business that's judged on interest and uniqueness, I was able to find a way to entice you to read my style of writing -- a style that some editors at other publications I had once worked for called, "dangerous and off-the-wall" . Regardless of what a few people said, it's because of you that my career has been solidified in this business and I can focus all my efforts on bringing you exactly what you want -- all that "dangerous and off-the-wall" stuff.
2007 was a watershed year for me both personally and professionally, and I couldn't have done it without the immense support and honesty that this community of readers has offered me.
2008 will be a great year for The Digital Home and with your continued support, we can make this column even more successful and unique as, what one reader called it, "The Ferrari of CNET."
Thank you once again for your continued support. You are an extended family to me and I look forward to taking this place by storm in the New Year.
Now let's get movin'.