October 22, 2003
Blogging My Weight
I am hovering right at 100 hits a day, which I consider to be the Mendoza line for bloggers who have been at this a while. For the uninitated, that means that I am dangerously close to the replacement level. I can appreciate the loss of hits due to DoS attacks and my own sporadic posting from time to time, but this is a very bad sign. Of course, I am still hitting my weight -- in kilograms.
Posted by Charles Austin at October 22, 2003 11:22 AM
I'm working on one of the great collapses of all time. Once pushing 2,000 a day, just checking now I am lucky to hit a buck fifty. Wonder if there's a prize for that.
I've noticed a real dip in visitors too. Posts are even down at Blair's site. (Well, he has been out of town for several days and hasn't posted anything new.)
Blogging your weight...?
I still think it's better to shoot your age -- in golf. :)
I'm just the opposite - it was like somebody flipped a switch a couple of weekends ago and my traffic about doubled. Of course that means that I've gone from insignificant to neglectable.
Guess the Episcopalians are more powerful than I thought they were. I was at 300 a day not all that long ago. Then I started focusing on the Anglican breakup and I've been over 1,000 the last several days. I broke 2,000 two days in a row a while back.
At this point, I'd be happy to be spat upon in the face. I can barely maintain my dog's weight in hits.
Of course, I'm not nearly as sexy as Marc.
It might help if InstaProf would update your link. Still points to the old site on blogger. So you have the problem of people going to blogger plus seeing the last post you put was months ago. Could explain things.