When Thurrott was launched earlier this year, it was Paul on a mission to do what he does best, cover the world of Microsoft. And as this site grew, so did Thurrott, the brand, not just Paul. I (Brad) joined to help bring more insight and new flavors to Thurrott but to also help grow the site.
As Paul already noted, changes (good ones, I promise) are coming and I am working diligently to make sure Thurrott becomes a more user-friendly site and to help you, dear reader, get the most out of what Paul and I write.
The first of these changes, and I stress, don’t expect a major overhaul to content, we like the style we have now, is that Thurrott now has proper social channels. Heck, before today, Thurrott didn’t have a proper Facebook page for a site of this size and caliber.
We are starting with from scratch with both feeds, so if you’d give us a follow or a like, it would be really appreciated as this will help us grow our little corner of the web we (and hopefully you) call home.