I've been trying to decide what direction to take this blog in. I've been trying a variety of different things, between talking about products I've worked on, testing techniques, Managed DirectX code, technical issues, career items, product reviews, etc.
Based off of the page views for the last few months, it looks like the readers here want:
1) More technical information and product analysis. My article on Steam's memory usage is by far the most popular article on the site right now. It's also the number one item on Google if you search for "Steam memory usage".
2) More how-to's. The next biggies are how to fix errors with Microsoft products, specifically Media Player errors, Media Center errors and Portable Media Center errors.
3) More workarounds. My Managed DirectX articles on how to get around certain problems with MDX are the next biggest draws.
4) More stories about the video game industry from the inside.
5) Finally, more humor. I still get a ton of hits on my list of ways to tell you're dating a tester...
Those five areas are going to be my focus over the next few months. You may see less content from me, but the content that you do get from me will be more focused and hopefully higher quality.
Anyway, to the 11,000 of you who visit this site each month, thanks for reading.