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1000 Updates

Paul Ingraham ARCHIVEDMicroblog posts are archived and rarely updated. In contrast, most long-form articles on PainScience.com are updated regularly over the years.

In 2016 I started systematically logging all updates to this website, large and small, flattering or embarrassing — anything that would be of any interest to a keen reader. The total number of logged updates just hit 1000. Like most arbitrary milestones, it’s kind of silly to celebrate it. Despite the policy, there are still plenty of minor unlogged updates, and many significant updates in past years were never logged, so the real total is probably something like 10,000.

 But still: 1000 logged updates! It feels like a good threshold to reach early in 2017.

You can always find summaries to the most recent 50 updates on the What’s New? page, and here’s the last few (including a whole new article):

This is the MICROBLOG: small posts about interesting stuff that comes up while I’m updating & upgrading dozens of featured articles on PainScience.com. Follow along on Twitter, Facebook, or RSS. Sorry, no email subscription option at this time, but it’s in the works.