I've just come back from a couple of weeks vacation, and while I was away, my "average page views per day" figure crept up over the magic value of 100. That was something of a target for me when I started this weblog about a year ago, so thanks to everyone!
Actually, 100 value is the average since the weblog began. The actual daily average is currently around 250. To put that in perspective, Tim Bray receives around 8000 page views per week (from search referrals), which is 4-5 times what this weblog receives (Tim also gets a further 8000 image views per week; he posts a lot of photos that people find via Google Images). I'm ignoring Tim's one million feed retrievals per week because I don't have a good value for that for this weblog (but I believe it's at least a dozen per week). Tim's weblog is good example of a successful, technology-oriented, single-author weblog, so it's a useful benchmark.
I'm still enjoying my blogging, and that's perhaps the most important thing.