Thursday, June 26, 2014

You can't explain that.

Bill O'Reilly's proof of a divine power:  



I've ended up with an odd cycle of blog posting.  No new posts for a week or two and then several in a 12 hour block.  


This, by the way, has nothing to do with Bill, Fox, the moon, tidal charts, God or geological development . . . yet. 


Being the receptacle of guilt, anxiety and assurance of inadequacies, I'm always surprised that I have any page views but also that the page views are pretty consistent. Nothing new for awhile has to equate to a fall off right? 
And if you are going to tell me, page views are really a diversionary tactic used by the NSA while they coordinate global
access to all encrypted data, then don't. I'm already aware that no one reads anything I chart at work and I would rather stay ignorant than have confirmation that no one reads anything I write ever.

 
On the days I get stuff pulled together and posted, I'm thinking more page views would seem correlate. 


But no. Page views decline to about half.


I must be unaware of some information dynamic driving interest. Furthermore, if the Urban Dictionary is correct and a blog is:

n. Short for weblog. 
A meandering, blatantly uninteresting online diary that gives the author the illusion that people are interested in their stupid, pathetic life. 

then I am definitely missing a fundamental principal of the entire process.


Or, perhaps it is a phenomenon without explanation. In that case, I think I need to let Bill in on this.  


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