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Fun with Statcounter III

I'll put up a real post by monday morning...working on a couple ideas at the moment. In the meantime

Ok...I've gotten too many intriguing hits in the last week not to bring this up. Can the following clickers on this site please ID themselves via e-mail?

The 2 people who looked up "Joe Foy" on google
The person from Massachusetts who was looking for "Carl Yastrzemski and Al Moran" on google
The person from Houston looking for a picture of Charlie Kerfeld
The person who logs on regularly from "Premiere Radio"
The person who logged on from Random House two days in a row
The person who logged on from Google headquarters
The person who logged on from "Sterling Mets"
and anyone else with an interesting background, or who found me through an odd search engine request...So help me, I'm curious.

Sorry to those of you who might see this update on their "My Yahoo" page and think that I wrote something new. We'll have some good stuff up this week.

Comments

pj said…
Your Statcounter info scares me - smacks of a Big Brother tool. I was identified earlier as a visitor from Oxford, OH. I am here at Miami University finishing my PhD in Zoology. I often flip between Mets blogs, the MU library page, NY newspapers, and academic journals. I hope the university isn't tracking me with the same interest that you have. I am waiting for an email from the Web Police for some of the weird crap I have googled in the course of mostly aimless procrastination.

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