11 February 2005

general statistics and other things...

as much as i hate to do it, this entry will move the picture of george peters (the old guy) down possibly so far you'll have to scroll down to see it. it's a shame too, b/c i really enjoy that still of him. oh well.

i got one of them new-fangled trackers that tells me all sorts of cool stuff about whoever visits the site. for example, i know that someone (mike?) visited from the duquesne campus system and i know that matt used windows xp when he visited (either that, or there's someone else from fredrick, md). the total, btw, is at the bottom of the page, and my isp is blocked, so it won't count me checking to see if there's any comments.

rumour has it the blankspace people have given up (or at least modified) the censorship theme for "stop it" and were instead basing it on some guy who's name i've forgotten. they mentioned something about being avant-gard or whatever. i just im'ed them and they aren't yet responding, so as soon as i find out who that is, i'll put it in the comments here, in case anyone wants to do any quick research (or already knows who they are).

12 comments:

d press productions said...

the guy's name is Carlos Castenada

mickrect said...

indeed it was me who accessed from duquesne--i was going to ask advice on how to set up the blog--but i emailed. Thanks. Back to the kiddies.

d press productions said...

i feel like one of the hardy boys

mattreed said...

1) You should put that guys picture at the top of the page as part of the logo (see if you can do that).

2) Mike, when you get your blog up, please share the name.

3) I actually signed up for one of these things, too, but I still haven't got it running/thought of anything to talk about. Will start it up soon, maybe.

4) I think they should make up a word for a person who spends five minutes searching on the internet about a topic and then plays himself/herself off as some sort of expert on the subject. Googlist maybe?

5) Looks like Carlos was a popularizer of Native American Shamanism (sp?). Hmm... Maybe you guys will get to take peyote on stage? Oh, I know: give the audience peyote then you won't have to worry about writing a good script or anything. It'll be a sensation.

6) No, I used Windows 2000.

d press productions said...

1) working on the photo

2) there's a link to mike's blog on the right. illuminated something

3) let me know the address and i'll link it. or maybe i'll find it later.

4&5) what i want to know is if his don juan was the same as don juan demarco, the famous womanizer. somehow i doubt it. "Googlist" sounds good. run with it.

6) let me check...my bad. but you published this comment from your mac, did you not?...creepy...

mattreed said...

All of these statistics you are getting are kind of creepy. Quick: what did I have for breakfast this morning?

d press productions said...

um...a granola bar? coffee?

mickrect said...

matt,

Let me know if the link works. obviously the blog needs alot of work and this is not the semester to be doing it. Lisa and I are looking for a house on weekends and eves and i just found out that papers for Incomplete class are due in May (I have two, I think).

So I'm at the library compiling the BS to refashion it into "new" BS. English is not all it's crapped up to be.

Hey, is anyone planning on seeing Macbeth at Geneva? Anyone know who's playing the lead role (i.e. Lady Macbeth)?

d press productions said...

i talked to lumix last night and he was planning to, but didn't mention the casting at all.

mickrect said...

Oh well, I'm always up for a Dr. Dave production--I emailed him, but he usually doesn't write back. Too busy hiding in the basements of obscure patrons of German theater I guess.

Anonymous said...

this is even read in Waldoboro, Maine

Anonymous said...

this is even read in Waldoboro, Maine