And it's been a thrill a minute. The automotive field is vast and, sometimes, overwhelming. John wasn't kidding on the number of tips I used to sent to Autoblog. So I decided to look back at my posts this year and select my ten favorites. Some made an impact with you--the readers--while others barely registered on your reading list.
But all, to me, meant something.
new vehicle in a couple of years.
I didn't expect to get caught up covering any controversial news (except the old import versus domestic or hybrid versus gasoline and diesel dichotomies.), so when this fiasco reared up, I and my fellow Autobloggers had no idea what some of your reactions would be. (My eyes still burn from some of the vitriol found in the comments.)
I'm a technogeek from working in IT and for personal interests. (I think I've burned at least a couple of computers from the number of PIMs I've tested alone.) I was ecstastic when I found this site.
This is actually the very post I wrote so it has personal meaning to me. But it's an interesting topic itself: very biased but a nice summary of many Americans feelings towards the Big Three (now Two). Personally, I owned a domestic (Dodge Neon) and currently drive an import (Mazda 626) and both had their share of troubles.
I like to read different sides on products and found the positive, gushing, response to the new Civic more than a bit biased. C'mon. Did you see that dashboard?
So I was quite pleased when I found two different sources questioning Civic's attempt to return to its "gotta have" tuner status. It will be interesting to follow how the new Civic sells in the upcoming years as competition continues to increase.
My first post that went live. Spammed all my friends and acquaintances with the link. Some never forgave me.
I was completely taken by surprise when Autoblog contacted me and still feel quite honored to be part of this team. Here's what happened--
Oops. John's cracken' that whip. Maybe I'll tell the story next year, y'all!