It’s fashionable in politics and the media to note 100-day anniversaries — typically for important things like new governments and so on.
In a small moment of hubris, we’re following popular culture.
Today marks 100 days since QCIC’s first post.
We’ve also managed to achieve slightly more than 100 posts. (I’m not quite sure how we achieved that, given we haven’t posted every single day.)
And I’m pleased to say we have precisely 100 subscribers.
We’ve barely begun to scratch the surface of discussion topics for summary prosecutions. Not only do major legislative changes commence later this year, there are more in the pipeline, due possibly later this year or early next year.
This is a good time to consider what we should cover over the next 100 days on this site. (And the 100 after that, and the 100 after that…) One problem, familiar to many bloggers, is just finding the time to write all that we want to.
We aim for the site to be relevant to all kinds of practitioners in the summary jurisdiction. But mainly, we hope the information is useful and interesting.
There are lots of ways you can provide feedback if you want (the ‘ratings’ button on the left, emailing me through the links on each post, or posting comments to posts), so please do if you want to say something.
Thanks to those of you who have contacted us over the last 100 days. We really appreciate your comments and suggestions. And thanks to all our subscribers for reading what we write.