Just a quick administrative note — I've been so busy focusing on other anniversaries that I forgot my own. Three years ago last week, I started the very blog you're reading now, Vintage Computing and Gaming. I determined very soon after that I would always write Vintage Computing and Gaming in italics because it looks more official, as if this were a distinguished and respectable publication worthy of title formatting treatment. (A few years of Ulaf appearances probably destroyed that illusion.) If nothing else, the fancy italics helped my morale as I toiled away in obscurity, churning out regular, unique content that (I hoped) couldn't be found anywhere else.
Since then, the site has stayed mostly the same, although the post frequency has gone down quite a bit since I began doing professional freelance writing work a few years ago. Despite that, I'm very grateful that thousands of thoughtful, intelligent readers (i.e. you) regularly check out VC&G for the latest posts. At least I still find time to do Retro Scan of the Week, if nothing else, and I hope you don't mind me keeping you updated on my latest VC&G-related freelance work. I do have new VC&G-only features on the way that I've been working on here and there, so there's always new content around the corner.
Looking toward the future, I can't see a reason why this site won't be around for a long time. I love doing what I do, and I still have an enormous (and overwhelming) computer and video game collection to draw material from. So as long as you keep reading, I'll keep this place running. Thanks for your support and your wonderful comments over the years. Please stick around; there's more to come. –Benj