200th post

Well, this is something that I should have hit a long time ago, but like I had said a while ago, I’ve been busy with a few other things, so the blog’s been on the back burner for a while. Actually, if I had kept myself to the one post a day theme, I would have hit this mark in March, but it’s May and I’ve made it! :)

I’d like to take a look back for the benefit of those of you who haven’t been reading since the beginning, with some of my favourite posts over the last few months.

When I started, the main posts on here were my Tuesday & Wednesday posts about Rockstar Supernova, with my unique insights into the performances of the show. One such post that sticks out is my commentary on the 10th week’s results show, where I got, shall we say, a little annoyed at the constant plugs:

And we see the rockers coming into Television City in a bunch of H***a E*****t S*s, surrounded by throngs of people there for the show, including one person who had their hands in the shape of a heart. I guess I missed that memo ;) Back in the studio and Brooke announces that the encore performer gets the car they came in! Whoa! Free pub baby!

Of those people, how many do you think were there for this show, and how many were there for The Price is Right?

3 mentions of the name of the car so far before the break, then we see the adboard for it, then we see the AD for it

After Rockstar was over, I had to search for stuff to post about. So I discussed some of the more interesting things that I have been doing. I also discussed some of the things that I’ve discovered in my continuing quest to make it down under.

Something that I haven’t done for a while is watch some movies. I’d intended on actually getting a list of the movies I haven’t watched but need to watch, but that’s gone to the far back burner, especially since I’ve discovered The West Wing. ;) I would definitely encourage you to go through my posts labeled movies for some reviews I did in the past. I think you’ll like them :)

You’ll also notice that I’ve changed the look of some things here, including adding a widget for BUMPzee, which I joined a little while ago, and don’t really have much of an idea of how to get things going there. I’m also thinking of putting a thing for MyBlogLog on here as well.

This is my current settings for my site feed. I used to have it as a full feed, but after discovering that there may be sites out there (aside from legitimate feed readers such as Bloglines and Google Reader) which take your content without your permission and make money off of it, I switched to a partial feed.

The other day, I read in a list of tips to become a better blogger that you should have a full site feed to become better. They don’t exactly explain why it’s better to have a full feed, though there are some good arguements towards publishing a full feed, and I’m inclined to agree with their viewpoint - I know that I prefer to have a full post in my Google Reader - it makes things easier for me because I’m not juggling tabs to view different posts with it all there for me to see. I’ve turned the full feeds back on for the blog now and restored the little message I had on the bottom of my posts (you’ll see it only if you subscribe via RSS).

So, here’s to the next 200 posts coming quite a bit faster than the first 200, and for those that keep looking, here’s a picture of Dilana’s nude face

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4 Comments »

  1. pearl said,

    May 22, 2007 @ 5.25 am

    great reading material you have on your blog..:) subscribed.. congrats on the 200th post.. I’ve started just a few weeks ago (after quitting a few times) but this time I am trying to stick to it, lets see how long I last :)

  2. Radioactive Jam said,

    May 22, 2007 @ 11.36 am

    Congrats on reaching the milestone!

    And though I’ve never before seen Dilana, on behalf of bloggers everywhere who enjoy a nice set-up for those aberrant searchers I say “Nicely done.”

  3. Sephyroth said,

    May 22, 2007 @ 12.16 pm

    pearl - Thanks for the comments! :) I’d done what you’ve done as well, started blogging, then gave up. This is by far the longest continuous period that I’ve been blogging however. Good luck with your blog! ;)

    RaJ - Yep, always fun to give a good wind up, especially with folks searching for (and actually expecting) nude photos. ;)

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