100 Posts! An ode to WordPress

I have really enjoyed blogging here. I like having a place to direct my comments and my friends for citations. I want to take a moment to show some of the cool things I have enjoyed about blogging in this particular space.

The Blog Stats Graph

I must spend more time looking at this than any other website than my email. I love the graphical representation of my impact on the world. I would include a screen shot but unfortunately I have used up all of my free download space.

The Search Terms

Here are the most popular search terms used to find my blog in the past 2 days:

Search Terms for 7 days ending 2007-11-30

Today

Search Views
“gmail won’t let me send” spam 2
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How Lovely Is Thy Dwelling Place word pa 1
‘restristions of free thought and free s 1
Board of Education of the City School Di 1
how to learn to read music faster 1
Reno v. ACLU 1

Yesterday

Search Views
elephants in the zoo 2
phantom of the opera mask 1
halite rocks 1
10 banned books 1
learning music keys 1
jbpm scientific 1
judicial branch metaphors 1
how lovely is thy dwelling place faintet 1
doing homework fast 1
Perks of being a wallflower scholar anal 1
edi document tracking open source 1
why are goosebumps series books banned? 1
carter case board of education

What’s fun is trying to figure out which of my blog posts are linked to which of these search terms.

Anyhoo, yay for 100 posts!

Inspirational Quote:

Live in such a way that you would not be ashamed to sell your parrot to the town gossip.
– Will Rogers

1 Comment

  1. Two interesting recent blog posts on how to measure blog value:

    Blog Subscriber Acquisition Mode
    from blog: A Web Analyst’s Perspective – It’s Not METRICS!,
    by dustinwallace, Dec 03, 2007
    http://blogs.sun.com/itsnotmetrics/entry/blog_subscriber_acquisition_mode

    Blog Metrics: Six Recommendations For Measuring Your Success
    from blog: Occam’s Razor by Avinash Kaushik, 19 Nov 2007
    http://www.kaushik.net/avinash/2007/11/blog-metrics-six-recommendations-for-measuring-your-success.html

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