at least it's not just us?
Stumbled across this:
Did anyone see these guys at the Michigan / Iowa game? Nice to see that Michael Raymond-James is a huge Michigan fan, as well.
Also, here's an obligatory "you're missing a great show" to all those people -- i.e., everyone -- who's not watching "Terriers".
This week has been painfully slow for some reason, and I’ve been mgoblogging like a mad man. After feeling corporate guilt, I decided to be proactive and do work-related research… might as well learn work-related material on the company dime right?
HOWEVA, this led me to Quantcast. I think Quantcast has been mentioned here before, but it essentially gives you some statistics/demographics of a specific site you enter. Not sure how accurate it is, but naturally, I entered mgoblog and found:
- 26.1k people visit daily
- 70% of visitors are male (thought this was low)
- Perhaps most important to me, 4% of visitors are considered “Addicts”. These 4% make up 54% of Visits. Caveat: The definition of addict is 30 or more visits to that site in one month, so I disagree slightly.
Charts? Charts!!!11 (EDIT: I Guess no Charts... WYSIWYG issues, I think?) Link to site, however, is below.
Moral of the story… I guess I need help :( , but nice to see MGoBlog's growth, assuming Quantcast is accurate.
I was studying for an exam in the Ugli this evening, and of course on my study breaks I had to go to mgoblog. However, when I tried to do so, a weird error message came up. The same error message came up every time I tried to go to mgoblog, and I haven't seen anything similar for any other site. For some reason, this specific site doesn't work there and I've had the same experience several times this year, on multiple computers around the Ugli.
So is it some kind of conspiracy? Has anyone else had the same experience?
It's a thankless, but necessary position,what could you accomplish in one day of modding? Banning me is entirely ACCEPTABLE.
I know this will get pulled but I couldn't resist.