I think it's the first missed day.
I'm not in town, and I didn't have internet access, but for the first time in the year I've been doing this I missed a What are people tweeting about Surrey post.
I didn't celebrate the 1-year anniversary either, but the process has changed so much I'm not sure it can be counted as a real anniversary.
Anyway, the world didn't end. I missed a Sunday, which is usually the slowest day of the week anyway.
A few reflections:
When I first started, the idea was to collect comments about Surrey that people make on Twitter. I've since realized that's almost impossible. People will comment about events or situations that happen in Surrey, or they think are of interest to people in Surrey. That last one is tricky, because there's some sort of line between what a social media marketer thinks is of interest to people in Surrey and what I may think. Hence my editing out the obvious marketing messages.
For a brief period I tried to highlight three or four tweets that I thought either summed up a number of other tweets, were humourous, or of (some ill-defined) public interest. That's a lot of work and was quickly given up.
People who use the #surreybc hashtag tend to use Twitter as a professional marketing tool. Most people will make a comment and use (probably accidentally) the word "Surrey" in their text.
Monittering the various key words is a great way to learn about upcoming events, and overall news.