A birthday, and no more Terrible Twos

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Three_3We're celebrating our third birthday, and the PSD blog continues it's inexorable climb to the top! The blog now has nearly 3,000 RSS subscribers, and that's definitely something to celebrate. The other big news is no more Terrible Twos:

Some signs that your toddler is in the terrible twos are temper tantrums, screaming for no reason, banging head on things and plain old not listening.

So no more not listening - we'd like to hear from our readers! The comments section is open; what topics would you like us to focus on in the next year? The food crisis, education, privatization, climate change? Are there any new topics you have in mind that we haven't picked up on yet?

One topic that has been catching more and more attention is Development 2.0. Fellow PSD blogger Giulio Quaggiotto first got me interested in this topic with his post on Clay Shirky. I think the application of Web 2.0 technologies to development issues holds a lot of promise. I've added a Development 2.0 category to the PSD blog sidebar, but here are a few of the more interesting posts so far:

Finally, I'd like to say thank you to our loyal PSD bloggers. In the past year we've received posts from many outstanding contributors: Thorsten Beck, Robert Cull, Andrea Dall'Olio, Lucie Giraud, Michael Jarvis, Rachel Kyte, David Lawrence, Colleen Mascenik, Chris Monasterski, Alan Pereira, Jim Rosenberg, and Giulio Quaggiotto. Many thanks for all the great contributions!


Ryan Hahn

Operations Officer

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