My blog is now into its third year and although I have plenty of ideas for posts, I seem to have placed writing them at a very low priority. Most of my ideas for posts require more concentration and research than I think I can muster. I often check my Feedjit traffic - about 15 visits a day for topics closely related to my interests or as far away as the visit by someone searching for "dream about number 127". Recently, I noticed for the first time a visit by someone from a Google Doc (that I don't have access to) and someone leaving the page from my embedded delicious feed at the left of the screen. That was a link to what I thought was a fair-minded and well-written piece in the Washington post about a teacher trying to encourage Math talk in her classroom.
If you are looking to follow a blogger who is more prolific, may I again suggest Doug Peterson. Just one day of his delicious feed is inspiring.
It has been two years full of learning and thinking about the effect of Web 2.0 on education, much of it chronicled at http://mathfest.wikispaces.com. /Web2.0+For+Math+Educators. Thanks for your part in it.