It’s two years since I set up this site, and it’s been non-stop fun
I’ve just been reminded by WordPress that it’s two years since I originally set up this site, with the first story being a review of Just Audio’s AHA-120 headphone amplifier.
Over the past couple of years I’ve had great fun here writing reviews, blogs and blithers on all kinds of things to do with hi-fi and consumer electronics, just as I promised to do when I first wrote my ‘About Me‘ profile the day before the site went live.
So, two years in, I just wanted to thank everyone who’s supported this site, either by reading it or commenting or emailing me.
It’s always good to hear what you think of what I write – even those of you choosing to rant a bit – and I can only apologise for the fact there’s not as much posted here on a regular basis as I’d originally planned.
Y’see, having ‘moved on’ with the hollow reassurance that ‘we’re sure you’ll find another job soon’ ringing in my ears, I have to report that I have. Well, not another job, but lots of them: writing for the very nice people at Hi-Fi Choice, Hi-Fi Critic and Hi-Fi News, still keeping Gramophone readers up to date with audio goings-on as well as offering the occasional briefing guide for Jazzwise on all things hi and fi.
And then there’s all kinds of writing about all kinds of things, all of which keeps one on the old toes and maintains the Mac at a nice cooking temperature most of the day (and some nights).
It’s a constant challenge, and something new every day with not a hint of the ‘Don’t blame it on the good times/Blame it on the Google’ production-line, which is great – but I’ll try to keep this site up to date as well as I can with content I find interesting.
I hope you’ll find at least some of it just as entertaining – and thanks again.
Oh and for those who keep asking, the picture at the top of the site was taken a few years back in one of the traditional ‘gassho’ villages up in the mountains of central Japan; here’s a video for the gassho geeks among you.
Written by Andrew Everard