Wednesday, January 05, 2005


When there is some wind...

3 comments:

Ian - band member said...

If you had to forever give up blogging or windsurfing, which would it be?

mynym said...

Blogging, there's other types of reading and writing to do.

But, I'm glad I can do both. I've been getting into blogging more and more. Maybe even a little too much...and on a blogging note, a thanks to my faithful readers, mom, Roberta and Ian. You've been here from the beginning.

I guess I'm not quite a "successful" blogger because, in theory, that's defined as one hundred unique hits a day. At least, that's what I read last night on the Evangelical Outpost blog. I've gotten close to two hundred some days. But, on average, it's probably been more like fifty. Half, half of what a successful blogger is!

So, what a failure I am. Oh well, I think that one mind changed or inspired (or, in the case of leftists, deflated) is worth more than hits on a blog anyway, especially if hits are just random.

It really is important to deflate the leftist mind so that they don't get too sure of themselves and do something stupid politically, totalitarian. There are leftists reading, but they don't comment. Hmmm.....

Ian - band member said...

Well, keep on cracking away man. It takes time to get a hundred people per day. If you keep an eye on the stats you will probably notice that your hits go up and down, but they always end up a little higher than a while back. Blogs are kind of like the stock market, unpredictable and they bounce around, but historically, the longer you keep at it, the higher they go.

Fifty! That's not shabby at all! Congratulations.