A few more comments about comments
According to this blog post, brought to my attention by Mark, I have committed the cardinal sin of writing a “nobody is commenting on my blog” post. It seemed to work for me, though. I don’t feel like conducting a detailed statistical analysis, even supposing I were capable of one, but I can confidently say that comments have increased since the post in question – thanks guys!
In the course of my extensive research about blog comments, I came across an article by one Rachel Johnson, sister to the 21st-century reincarnation of Bertie Wooster. Despite Ms Johnson’s whining, I find the blog a rather amusing read, although she seems to have discontinued it. Perhaps now she’s found the carpet of her heart, “a beautiful jewel-hued Roger Oates runner that comes with darling pewter rods and will, trust me, look utterly super on our stairs”, there’s nothing more to live for, or to blog about.
But enough of other people’s blogs, lets return to my own. Like I said before, thanks to all of you who made the effort to comment. If you don’t yet know how to comment, just click on the “comments” link below each post, and it’s simple from there. If you do post a comment, please click on the “Email follow-up comments to firstname.lastname@example.org” box, and then you’ll be notified when I reply to your comment. If you write frequent comments you could even have your own 15 minutes (seconds?) of fame by being recognised as one of the top 10 commentors on my blog. Congratulations to Kim, currently the #1 commentor!