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Ten Thousand Hits

Posted by Karl Withakay on April 29, 2010

10,000

10.000 in Europe

1 * 10 ^3 in scientific notation

1 * 10 ^ 4 in scientific notation (4-30-10: Edit to correct typo)

10 * 10^3 in engineering notation

10 kilo-hits

One month shy of the one year anniversary of my blog’s existence (First post: May 29, 2009), it has reached 10,000 hits.  Granted, this is about the average daily traffic on my blog buddy Orac’s blog, but I’m impressed nonetheless, even though I do say so myself.

The volume of traffic to my blog can be credited almost exclusively to my friend Scott of Polite Dissent, who has graciously been linking to my Fringe Deconstructions from his reviews of the show posted on his much more popular Polite Dissent blog.  Thanks for the links, Scott.  I really appreciate the traffic you’ve sent my way.

Hopefully at some point I will find the self motivation to do more non-Fringe related posts and see if any of the Fringers are interested in other things I might have to say or Deconstruct.  Season 2 of Fringe will end soon, and I will need fresh content for my blog while waiting for Season 3 to start up.

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