Day by Day



19 January 2006

Tick tock...

Ah, the sound of a lone voice echoing through the wilderness. I added a personal vanity / humility button the other day. It was a clever bit of economic programming which attempts to value your blog based upon visits and links to certain centralized blogs.

What I really wanted I found today. The ultimate in humbling tech engines. A site meter. How many of the internet's glitterati will descend into my humble abode of thought and vision?

A million?

A hundred thousand?

Seven?

How about zero.

Oh well, at least I don't have to put on clean pajamas.

9 comments:

Scootmaroo said...

Um. three? It could be more if you stopped using words like "glitterati".

Scootmaroo said...

OH MY GOD! Easter eggs!

Citizen Deux said...

I like glitterati, it's so post modern...

Wait, how about Celebroids???

I coined it!

It's mine, mine mine.....

Scootmaroo said...

See my comments to Ben Shapiro about the use of Glitterati. I may have to make the same rules for celberoid. I like it, though.

I can't figure out from your google link how to install the site meter. Send me instructions, please.

Geoff said...

Maybe if you had some porn links, more people would visit the site.

Citizen Deux said...

Good idea, but then I would be cheating the really good porn link sites...

Lord Admiral Gordon Marock said...

Scootmaroo and Deux-
Like Einstein and Sun Tzu-
Bringing insight to me and you-
But what of those with different views? -
They are liars, so you must choose-
Truth and wisdon -
or the ax that hews -

Scootmaroo said...

Hey! Do I get to be Einstein, or that ART OF WAR guy?

Lord Admiral, it is an interesting use of rhymed couplets, I particularly like "The ax that hews....". Nice imagery, I would like to see more use of onomotopeaia and alliteration in your next work.

Citizen Deux said...

Heaven help us...