100th blog post at The National Archives

01 August 2012

Today sees the 100th post go live on The National Archives' blog.

You can find the blog via the footer of our website (bottom right of your screen), and from various links across our website.

Our very first blogger back in February was Oliver Morley, Chief Executive and Keeper, The National Archives. Fittingly, he has written our 100th post, answering the question 'did we rule the Empire with 4,000 civil servants?'. You'll have to read his post to find out.

We've featured UFOs, the Higgs Boson, 1970s Kevin Keegan and our own glittering film career. We've illustrated information management with quotes from Homer Simpson and songs from David Bowie, and examined our leading roles in the Archives sector and digital preservation.

We've introduced Archives wildlife, both metaphorical (spiders and dragons) and real - proving not even The National Archives' website is immune to the power of cute baby animals

Have you read them all? Browse back through the blog and see. What are your favourites? What would you like to read more about? Tell us via Twitter @UkNatArchives, or email us at blog@nationalarchives.gsi.gov.uk.

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