It's human nature. We all complain when Joel's not posting, but we don't thank him when he is.
I agree with thanking Joel. He is busy building a company, developing software, and making people's lives easier with programs such as CityDesk. Yet, he still takes time out to share his ideas, experiences, and mistakes with us so we can avoid some of the pitfalls he occasionally faces.
A shame this thread doesn't trigger more replies (should I say echos) :-(
I enjoy perusing Joel's site as much as the next guy, but I don't know if we should really thank someone who obviously has a financial motive in attracting visitors.
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