So far I've covered 1986 (the first year) to 1996, and I'll be adding the rest over time. Enjoy!
It's going to be interesting to see where it heads from here. The fundamental factor limiting a bigger Burning Man population is the two-lane highway leading to it, and there's no world in which it's worth widening a highway-to-nowhere just so an extra few tens of thousands of people can go party in the desert for a week.
Scarcity is going to be the new normal for Burning Man.
I have to say, two things strike me as I look through these:
I have a lot of favorite things about Burning Man. Here are some of them, set to song.
I'm Dr. Yes, a 10 year burner. I run this site, was on the '15 Temple team, lead a theme camp called Friendgasm, and make Burning Man videos. Just say yes, folks, and help keep Burning Man weird!