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3-month wrap-up

First thing to say: This is one slow blog. 😉 Only 20 posts since March 9th – that’s one every 4 and a half days. Which doesn’t sound so bad but we all know very well that the actual breaks between posts were often much, much longer. And also, even of those 20 posts, the first two aren’t about anything, really. But that rate is not going to rise any time soon. I’ve got a Ph.D. to finish, and will be working on it intensely all summer. 😯 😆

Here are some of the blog stats.

Total views: 189

Busiest day: 23 (Monday, May 5, 2008 )

Totals

Posts: 21 (including the “about” page)

Comments: 21 (+ 66 spam comments)

Categories: 11

Tags: 33

Top 5 Posts

Title Views
Krystian Zimerman interview on BBC Radio 29
And YET another one! 16
Cyprian Norwid (1821-1883) 11
And another one! 11


Rare book on Putin reviewed in NYRB 7

Surprisingly few people have arrived here through search engines (especially in comparison to my other blogs where practically all of the traffic arrives that way). Below are the complete (!) search term statistics:

Search Views
zimerman in interview 2
irena sendler 1910-2008 1
irena sendler 1
penderecki 1

Nothing really interesting in referrers, except for the fact that there were 31 (!) views through the wordpress.com/tag/krystian-zimerman tag (which doesn’t make sense because the first Zimerman post got only 29 views… ah, whatever 🙄 ).

Well, that about covers it all. Have a good day.

Categories: blog-related
  1. Jezetha
    9 June 2008 at 18:28

    Keep it up, Maciek! As they say, “It’s not the quantity but” et cetera…

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