Wednesday, December 22, 2004

Unbelievable, Part II

I can't believe that my little blog managed to pass the 1000 hit mark in only 9 days! (The blog has been in existence 11 days, but I didn't figure out how to add a site meter for a couple of days.) OK, I know that, compared to the big boys, it barely registered, but a guy's got to start somewhere.

I thought it would take at least a couple of months.

If this keeps up, I might get a swelled head thinking that there are a few hundred people out there who are actually interested in what I have to day. Naahhh. I'm a surgeon. By definition I have a swelled head. It's what people in the insurance biz call a preexisting condition.




Average Per Day132

Average Visit Length3:06

Last Hour2


This Week925



Average Per Day255

Average Per Visit1.9

Last Hour4


This Week1,787

3 example(s) of insolence returned:

At 12/22/2004 4:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let it swell. Your blog is one the most interesting I've added to my feed list in the last month.



At 12/24/2004 12:11 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm a DVM in Michigan. I was referred to your blog by a friend who thought you had some interesting perspectives. I agree. I'm looking forward to hearing more about your life and practice. Thanks for the music list today, too -- my iPod has some space left that needs filling. Happy Holidays!



At 1/12/2005 5:09 PM, Blogger quackbuster said...

Looking good! Congratulations on your new membership in the Anti-Quackery Ring. Your navigation bar is now functional. I'm looking forward to reading interesting stuff here.


Paul Lee

BTW, this entry is too wide, which results in your side bar being pushed to the bottom. I occasionally encounter this problem and have to edit the entry. There are a few others that are too wide, but I'm not sure if they cause any problems.


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