Dinah, ClinkShrink, & Roy produce Shrink Rap: a blog by Psychiatrists for Psychiatrists, interested bystanders are also welcome. A place to talk; no one has to listen.
the brain is a bit juicy for my tastes
I prefer chocolate brains.Happy Halloween!I'm stuffed.Oh by the way---we passed 10,000 readers this week. Thanks!
WowI only get like 600 readers a week. Dr. A is really big on promoting his blog and "went famous" by getting noticed by some notable sites. I think that's cool.But for me...I don't have that drive. I just want to write what I write. I started it for me, afterall.But I sometimes do wonder if I write about the wrong things if I only have like 70 readers a day whilst the rest of you are breaking huge numbers!Congrats :)
Speaking of juicy ... We had a problem last night, O'Pat and I ate the candy. So the Trick or Treater's got Salad Dressing and quarters. Daughter was shipped five crates of individual "Renee's" salad dressing instead of the three her store can use, so everyone she knows got some. So did the kids.
It just makes me want to say, "BRRRAINS!". :)Thanks for the link.
I think clinkshrink actually means 10,000 readers since the blog started..right?
That's right Steve---way to use the OmniBrain. And I enjoyed your blog's recent Brains In Prison post.
If that's 10,000 total hits we're at, then I'm 9,920 of them.
Ohhhhh I see!! Sorry for the confusion. Well I just checked my clustermap, and since July 2, I have had 11,847 visits. Woot. I didn't start counting visitors until a couple of months into my blog because I didn't know how to do any of that stuff!Cheers! :)
Oh oops again. After reading Dinah's comment, I decided to check sitemeter instead of clustermap. Clustermap counts my visits, but sitemeter blocks my IP address, so the only time I'm ever included in my own sitemeter is when I occasionally visit my site from the university library. So, without my own visits, I have 8,176. :) (Does that speak poorly of me that I've visited my own site over 3000 times? haha)
It was crazy... the brain recipe got on boingboing and it brought about 2000 people a day for a couple days. too bad it doesn't do me any good ;)
"Too bad it doesn't do me any good."I hear you on this!! (That is, if I'm interpreting that statement in the way that you meant it.) I wish blog popularity had some personal financial benefit. It most certainly has personal benefit - so from that stance, it does do us good. I think a lot of us find it exciting when we see that other people are taking an interest in reading what it is we have to say. And from that, we do have some sort of personal emotional benefit.But what I really meant was - wouldn't it be great if blog popularity meant I could quit my day job and just stay home and write all day long?:)
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