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1 August, 2006

Everyone has to have one

Maybe not, but for what it's worth, here's my blogger code:

B8 d t+ k s+ u-- f+ i o+ x-- e- l+ c+

This can be decoded as:

  • I've been blogging for 2.5-3 years.
  • I own one domain and keep my blog and any other content I produce on the same site.
  • I manage my blog with Greymatter, Movable Type, or other management system running on my own web host.
  • I link only to sites I like to read (and sites that I have time to read) on a regular basis.
  • I usually check my stats about once a day but I don't keep any records or running tallies. [The software records running totals; I have some awareness of the monthly & annual ones.]
  • I don't link to, nor read, any of the standard A-list blogs (Megnut, Kottke, Robot Wisdom, etc.). In fact, I've never heard of 'em. [I've heard of Kottke, but never visited]
  • I post at least once a day. I can't remember the last day I haven't blogged. [Except when I'm away from home & work – I take holidays from my computer]
  • I blog from either home or work, but only after my work is done and when I get some free time. [Er... the first clause is accurate....]
  • I blog some original material with the occasional web link with accompanying personal commentary about the link.
  • Some people like to get it on with other bloggers, but for me, the last thing I need is to get sexually involved with one of these neurotic blogging pinheads. [That phrasing's a little harsh!]
  • I haven't posted, and don't plan on posting, any photos of myself on my blog.
  • I usually check out most of the surveys I run across, but I only blog the results if I find them interesting or favorable.
  • Only a few people I know outside of blog circles knows about my blog.

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