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My Most Excellent Contents
If you ever want an education in how fucked up the internet is, go to your blog’s stats page and click on the list that shows which posts you’ve written that have the most hits all time. Chances are, you … Continue reading
The Order Of The Universe
Who doesn’t like getting Likes from other bloggers on their posts? I sure do…. not just because I want to think people are actually bothering to look at what I post, but I also happen to be a huge fan … Continue reading
Posted in Squirrel Droppings Tagged blog, george, likes, order, unicorn, wordpress 43 Comments
The Annual Report
If you’re reading this, more than likely you have a blog here on WordPress. And if you have a blog on WordPress, you probably got your blog’s “annual report” in your email today, which provides you with all kinds of … Continue reading
Posted in Squirrel Droppings Tagged 2013, annual report, blog, comments, possum, skunk, squirrel, stats, wordpress 22 Comments
The 2014 Annual Report
WordPress seems to have jumped the gun even more than usual this year, dishing out our blog’s annual report on the 29th rather than wait for New Years Eve as I believe they did the past two years. I’ve said … Continue reading →