Develop Economies would like to thank all of his loyal and disloyal readers for their continued patronage of the site.  It has been more than a year since I began blogging, migrating from my original site,, to Develop Economies, with the help of the MIS team at NWTF, including Elizte, Roni, and Jubert, the MIS manager there.  So thank you to all the real readers, the spammers, the robots, and all the other non-human actors that made all of this possible.  Keep reading, and I’ll keep writing.

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"Josh Weinstein is a visionary. I read his blog every day." - Bono

2 thoughts on “Develop Economies Hits 100,000…Hits”

Lizzy · March 29, 2011 at 7:27 pm

Wow! I didn’t know you got that many hits for your site. It’s motivating, though. And I see you receive Likes from facebook. I’m a spambot, Josh. 😛 I’m not kidding. Hehe.

Hope you’re safe there in Africa.

john galt · March 29, 2011 at 8:34 pm

awesome on the 100,000 hits. That is more than Bono!!

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