There comes a time and place when recognizing a milestone is a front page event, and we're happy to announce that this story represents Neowin’s 50,000th news post. This tremendous achievement has been made possible by a combination of many individuals and has been in the works for over a decade.
Neowin’s news writers are a great group of people with one thing in common: We all love technology and we love bringing it to you each morning, afternoon, and evening. It is with great pride that we can firmly say the front page is still growing and we have some great new features planned in the (very near) future.
During this time we have landed some great news and have had our fair share of follies, but our loyal readers have always kept us pushing forward and kept our news on the level. For that, we thank the readers, despite sometimes being a pain in the butt. If you didn’t complain, we would never improve.
Neowin has had many writers over the years hailing from around the globe. While being primarily made up of volunteer writers (we do have our first full time writer on staff now!), our geographical spread helps keep the content fresh around the clock.
It’s not an easy task to keep the front page up and running, but the logistics behind the scenes make it all possible. Our developers are among the best and again are made up of volunteers. If not for them and our awesome designers, the front page would not be where it is today.
While the Internet has changed greatly over the years, our formula has not. We stand behind, “where unprofessional journalism looks better” because that’s what we are. We are a diverse group with many different backgrounds that do this for the love of the game.
While we move forward to the next 50,000 posts, we want to once again thank the readers. If it were not for you, we would not be here. Take a minute, sound off in the comments and give us a retweet or Like or +1 because as much as this is an achievement for us, it’s all because of you.
On behalf of the entire Neowin Team, past and present, we thank you.