It’s 2010 and I figured that I should get down to business; say what I mean and mean what I say when I talked about changing things for the better. This year, things are going to be different — starting with this new layout, which has more going for it than the previous one. It’s a lot easier to manage and there’s less hassle for those with browser issues. The site is now compatible with Internet Explorer 8 but I recommend that you download the latest version of Mozilla Firefox, which will allow you to load sites faster overall including The Razor.
Neither our parent site, The ROCK nor The Razor will stop providing sharp commentary, which is something that the small community of Los Osos — for example — has recognized since March 2006. This year, our content will be expanding beyond the scope of Los Osos, California: a town which has generously given us plenty of subject matter to satisfy decades of strong-willed debate. Now, we’re going to tackle a variety of political and social issues. The goal is to ensure that every political and ideological point of view has an easily accessible, thought-provoking medium with topics that appeal to everyone.
Lastly, we figured that we’re doing something right. As of January, we are averaging at 1,200 views a month and we are reaching the milestone of 15,000 views. For a blog site that has exclusively covered events that unfolded in Los Osos, CA, that’s a phenomenal amount of readership. Our drive to create new content outside the purview of the town — we started serving when we were only known as The ROCK only about five years ago — will undoubtedly make the community of independent thinkers grow.
– Aaron Ochs