Friday, 6 April 2012

March was a record month for the MEI blog

It’s hard to believe that I have been blogging away now for over 3 years. I have greatly enjoyed writing the blog posts, and it is much more pleasurable knowing that people are actually reading them. Last month was a record in terms of visits (3164) and page views (5776), and daily views so far this month are at all-time highs, mainly due to my posting on the collectorless flotation breakthrough!

I have tried to make the blog fairly eclectic. News of mineral processing and its people predominates, but occasionally I indulge my passions for travel, outdoor activities, geology and history.

What I would like to see, however, is more interaction between me and you as readers. Let’s make this a real forum for the exchange of information and views, to complement the Minerals Engineers group on LinkedIn which is also growing in popularity. It is easy to post comments on the blog and I would really appreciate these, even if you strongly disagree with something that I have said.


  1. Congratulations are in order for these achievements Barry and the MEI team. This is no mean achievement and that translates to great effort on your part. Well done. Cheers.


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