That Was the Week that Was: 2015 Week 26

That was the week that was TW3Another week is at an end, actually a little past its end as we’re posting this about 24 hours late and backdating it.

Hey, we can do that. We have the magical powers of the admin login.

It’s been an interesting week around here, as usual, and we hope to keep it interesting as we go forward.

We’re still not certain on a road trip this week. If so, we’ll see our Fayetteville crowd, eh?

The Boring Statistics

This week was an average week. We posted 27 posts with some 302 comments by press time for this post, and a total of about 15,000 words. Our greatest milestone this week has to be statistically based: we passed one million unique users on the blog. We expect to pass 2,000,000 before year’s end, which is just amazing and humbling. We had expected to be at two million hits by this point, but our hits are over 4.6 million for 2015 — so far. Thank you all for reading!

Comment of the Week

We’re going to recommend the comment thread to one of our training posts (of which we have promised more). In Mind Over Matter, we suggested that if you had to choose one or the other, mindset, Napoleon’s “the moral,” is so vital that we’d choose training over hardware. This was a controversial idea! And both sides were aired in the comments.

The Week in Posts

Here’s the recap of our posts for this week:

Going Forward

Tomorrow morning, a top tactical trainer tries training a conventional Army unit, and guns are going tango uniform left and right. The reason just might surprise you. (It sure surprised him).

One thought on “That Was the Week that Was: 2015 Week 26

  1. james nimmons

    Congrats on the stats WM, you may refer to them as the boring statistics but I suspect many of your readers seek them out for perusal each week. They often make very interesting reading , as well as the opportunity for some little games, such as guessing which will be the most commented post from that week. Unless there’s been something on the Rangerettes of course. Then its usually that one.
    I’m probably not the only one to use TWTWTW to go back and read posts that received more comments since I’d read ’em. Your readers comments often inform almost as much as the posts themselves. Almost.

    Anyway 1 million unique users! Awesome. Keep doing what you’re doing, your readers appreciate it.

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