The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
600 people reached the top of Mt. Everest in 2012. This blog got about 4,600 views in 2012. If every person who reached the top of Mt. Everest viewed this blog, it would have taken 8 years to get that many views.
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If you’ve visited Google Maps lately, you may have noticed that Google is proudly displaying a link near the top of the page that says “New! Get indoor maps on your phone. Learn more.” This link leads to a flashy splashy interactive demo of Google Maps’ latest features, including indoor mapping of places like shopping malls and department stores. The demo shows a smart phone displaying a Google map of a department store along with a prompt to click the “4″ and see a map of the store’s fourth floor. After doing that, a new prompt says, “Go back to the floor you are at.”
Really, Google marketing team? Really? “You are at?” Despite its billions of dollars, Google apparently can’t afford to hire a copywriter or a proofreader who advanced beyond third grade English? Really, Google? Really? That’s not just stupid. It’s stoopid.
Saw this great idea at Good Magazine. One way to send a protest message to the big Wall Street banks who are responsible for the economic collapse. Use their own junk mail. Watch the video at Good Magazine to see how.
The Bronze Age gave us the cult of Ba’al. The Facebook Age has given us the cult of the Banal.
Source: Me. Rene Flores. That’s right, bitches, I said that. (With deference to Conan O’Brien for the term twitface).
Introducing the Gay Profile-o-Matic. Just cut and paste any of the following words and phrases into your online gay dating profile!
- Laid-back / Easy-going
- Regular guy
- Seeing what’s out there
- Up for whatever
- Hanging out
- Having a good time
- Anything outdoors
- Looking for white
- No old/over 40
- No fat
- No fem
- No smiles
- Hit me up
So easy — any unoriginal, lazy douchebag can do it! And they do!