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August 19, 2006

Two Years Plus

Well, in the excitement of...nothing much, actually, I forgot to mark my two-year anniversary as a blogger, which happened two years after August 14, 2004. Actually I really didn't get started (as in, having the "should I blog?" thought every day) until the 28th, but that did mark the official beginning of this non-performant experiment in book marketing.

I was tempted to post a couple of verses of "Happy Blogday To You" and even had a fleeting notion that this might be an original idea. Fat chance! It turns out that about 30,700 (Google) or perhaps 2,575 (MSN Search) or maybe it's 14,500 (Yahoo!) people already had this same clever idea.

Posted by AdamBa at August 19, 2006 10:25 AM

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'PERFORMANT' is NOT a word. Since when did 'performant' become the word of the year??? Do people think it's cool to use it or something?

Posted by: Joe at August 19, 2006 12:26 PM

Happy 2nd Blogoversary. Man I hate these "blog-*" words.

Posted by: Hee hee at August 20, 2006 05:46 PM