This blog has been around a long time, since 2004 to be precise. It has gradually built-up a pretty good readership, with around 100 visitors each day. The recent survey showed that it was the second most popular communication channel, after the SQA website.
There are various ways to follow this blog. You can, of course, simply visit this web page from time to time. You can bookmark the URL (http://sqacomputing.blogspot.com/) and add it to your favourites. But that means that you have to remember to come back regularly to check if anything new has been posted.
A better way is to be alerted when there is something new. You can do this via e-mail or via an RSS feed. If you add your e-mail address to the box on the right, you will receive a copy of every message via your inbox. Alternatively, you can add the feed to your favourite newsreader. Google Reader is an excellent, and easy to use, newsreading service.
The blog is mobile-enabled, which means that it renders nicely on most mobile phones or tablets, so you can check the blog "on the move". If you set up an RSS feed, your mobile phone will also be able to access it via that route since there are lots of nice newsreaders for smartphones. I use Feedr.
You can also follow us on Twitter but not every message on this blog is tweeted so you might miss something if that's all you use. I'll say more about Twitter in a future post.
While this blog has been successful in terms of the number of readers, it hasn't been successful as a way of getting feedback from you. Every post has a comment facility and it would be good to see more feedback this year.