I've kept 1-50, but all the remaining MRJs are chopped and gone.
Les' comment below throws up and interesting question: 'But I assume you're not doing it just to please other people'. The response to this is yes, and no.
Point 1: I've been performing since I was 13 - I'm a show off. The psychology of that is open to discussion, but most would say that this is in some ways a small extension of that.
Point 2: If there was no audience to this, then what would be the point? I may as well get a scrapbook from Wilko's. At that point the question is do I a) hope for an audience (the 'build it and they will come' method) or b) tailor the content to said expected audience? Or indeed write about what I like, or write about what others may like. i.e. I'll bet Graham Muspratt would get a lot less traffic to his blog if he didn't write on Southern Railway modelling, but instead on mining techniques of the Andes. What he likes coincides with the interest of a solid audience - they just have to find him.
The response therefore is: I don't write specifically to please other people, but I'd be stupid not to take the audience into account. Unlike some I have over a decade of data to analyse to work this out.
What then is the future? Sure I could keep doing this and look forward to waving a 20 year birthday GIF at you... of I could move subtly to another something. A while ago I put a video up here. This didn't get an overwhelming thumbs up. Stephen Fulljames of Narrow Planet put a comment up about 'not rushing to video'. He is of course a proper computer type and it made me pause for a minute, but that is one way forward. Another is to attempt to drag the existing braying multitudes across to another non modelling waffle platform, but I doubt that would succeed, not at the same numbers anyway.