It's been four years, 1800 posts. Some good, some I could have done better.
How does that sound, could have done better. Code word for "What was I thinking?"!
At any rate, I had a four year run and only missed one day recently. I'm still a little embarrassed about that. I looked at the site that morning very early, got up to do "other things" and got into a shiny object. Since I try to have something on here by 10AM I simply forgot.
I'm also doing some of these in advance, some of these on the seat of my pants. Depends on how full my head is at.
I've been told that I can write about just about anything if I have a mind to. That came from my own training in High School. I was hard pressed for a book report, remember those? I went up into our attic. Back in the 1950s would be my guess, someone had been on that Book Of The Month Club thing. The books got collected and the box ended up in our attic. I can't even say it was my own parents that were members of the club, the box may have been given to them.
Taking that box, I found the most obscure novel I could find. I remember it was titled "Gestapo". I opened the book up and saw the chapter titles. Writing a paragraph on each chapter would be easy, I never actually read the book.
Got an A Minus on that report too. I guess I can tell a story if I put my mind to it.
Those who return here seem to think so. According to Google Analytics, 27 percent of the people who read this blog on a given day have been here before. That was over the last year or so.
(Waves hands) Hi and welcome back!
On a planet of almost 8 billion, that's not a bad percentage.
It's not a big blog, I don't have all THAT many readers, and if someone were to send me some money saying thanks... it would be the first.
Writing helps keep my mind clear, and it is something that given a topic, is easy for me.
I guess though to close this out, I'll give you that David Letterman Top Ten List for the last month only.
- Puns and One Liner Weekend
- Hotmail Annoyance - Turn Off Keyboard Shortcuts
- Parking hours discussed at the Commission Meeting
- Gold Medal Flour - Extraordinary Buttermilk Biscuits
- The Roof is Evil, and Must Die!
- Goodbye Lisa
- A Parrot and a Magician on a Ship
- Three Men Are Walking in a Desert - Humor
- Gnome 3 in Debian Jessie Using VMWare Workstation
- I-95 North, Deerfield Beach, Florida
The other thing that got me is that there are quite a few people coming to this blog directly. They must have bookmarked the URL. They are also using google, specifically, and searching for it. That's a bit circuitous, but hey knock yourself out.
You will note that number 9 is very much the tech that I know that my local readers tend not to read. It's kind of esoteric. I use Linux every day without fail, on the desktop, along with Windows. It's an environment that I'm as comfortable in as my Mac OSX or Windows. As I find things, I will let you know.
So enough of this patting myself on the back. The dryer is beeping, and the dog is begging for more yogurt!
I'm not going away just yet... I'll be back tomorrow. No, really, that one is already in the can. I pushed it aside just to do this one when I noticed that it was a round number.