Daily Archives: May 27, 2009

Puzzled about Jumps in Blog Traffic…

We tend to have increases in our traffic toward the middle of the week.  Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays are our big days.

Anyone have an idea why this might be?  My dear and precious spouse says that people are bored at their j0bs on those days and check in as a result.

Myself:  I have no idea.

Your theories are welcome.  Let us know…

Iggy Donnelly


Filed under Creativity, Life Lessons, New Technology, Other blogs, Research, This humble little blog...

Wolfram is a Calculator and not a Search Engine

<i>Wolfram|Alpha isn’t sure what to do with your input.</i>

This is in response to my question:  “how many white men are  in Washington, D.C.?”

Wolfram is supposed to be a calculator rather than a search engine.

I hate it when I am unable to stop the italics command.  This Wolfram thing may be way over-rated.

<b>Google is safe for now</b>.


Filed under Creativity, Economics, Life Lessons, New Technology, Research

Wednesday, 05/27/09 Public Square

meadowlarkThe Western Meadowlark is the Kansas state bird.  They are grassland and prairie birds who eat insects.  They have a flute-like warbled song.  Their nests are situated on the ground, and are covered with a roof woven from grass.

They are also the state bird of Montana, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oregon and Wyoming.

This is your thread, discuss or share what’s on your mind.



Filed under The Public Square