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Thursday, April 28, 2005

wow, 1000

Well, since "going public" on Monday, the site just broke 1000 individual visits. Partially I'm excited because I'm glad people care enough about campus issues to read the idiotic ramblings of myself and my co-writers. More importantly, however, this is exciting because it speaks to the possibility for the conversation that could happen on this site. Every day, hundreds of people have read the site without contributing their thoughts. That's really too bad. Why? Because my opinions are no more relevant than yours, in fact, in the cases of many things where we here at CC are commenting on other communities etc., our opinions are much less relevant.

One of the best things about what Cambridge Common could be, is a place where students from all across campus can share their thoughts with a broader reach than email lists and a more interactive discourse than other publications. So, if you're one of the 1000 visitors from this week, join the conversation...


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