We are celebrating our anniversary! Yes, friends, it’s been two years since this post marked a new stage in the previous website, adopting the blog format and fully entering the 2.0 world. Two years in which the premise has been to create a dissemination blog, where the quality of the content is more important than the frequency. Two years in which its aesthetics and content have been defined, becoming a place to share news and content, debate and exchange opinions about energy efficiency, computer science, and engineering in general.
Curiously, the previous websites were little more than portfolios to share 3D work and projects. However, several years ago, except for work, I hardly draw anymore. It’s not that I don’t like it anymore; I am still passionate about everything related to 3D. It’s just that over time and age, drawing has been displaced by other hobbies in the increasingly scarce leisure time. I think the issue is that I already know how to do it, and new things to learn always seem more attractive. For example, I am now more interested in 3D processing algorithms than in drawing itself. People evolve and so do their interests, and these changes inevitably end up being reflected in the blog.
This brings us directly to the plans for the future of the blog, which are full of improvements and news. The main one will be, as some of you have requested, the creation of an “Advanced Zone” where we will discuss Linux, Android, Arduino, Raspberry PI, Kinect, robotics, 3D printers, scanners, CNC, quadcopters, computer vision, and in general, all these geeky things that we all love so much. Those of you who are more observant will have already discovered the appearance of some test sections on the page. Be patient, I am not yet sure how to structure the different contents so that they are correctly organized. The different sections and tutorials will gradually appear.
Finally, I suppose that according to the “blogger protocol” I should talk about figures and analytics… but it seems a bit vulgar to me. It is enough to say that the volume of visits is higher than I could have dreamed of when I started the blog. Therefore, I can only thank all of you who have ever visited this corner of the Internet, all of you who have ever left a comment, and all the new friends with whom we chat on Twitter. Finally, I say goodbye for today exactly as I did two years ago.
Thank you very much for your visit.