23 September 2005

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BlogSpotting




Miscellany

fireballSpeaking of hurricane damage, I realize I promised to post links to recommended relief agencies. I'm not finished compiling the list; I hope to get it posted shortly after the current hurricane crisis is over.

fireballAfter almost four months in the blogosphere, I still have no clue what BlogShares is all about, but my blog is getting more expensive than I can afford. I'll tell you what: anyone who wants to buy it, I'll take half that amount for it.

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19 comments:

Tolle, Blogge said...

Not only does Armstrong go on and on for a full page of snipking, he actually replied to his own blog 4 times. I think he needs a prize of some sort.

Libbie said...

Ha! It's true, I speculate on my blog that Phil is one of the illuminati, and he ignores it - typical cover-up behaviour!!

oh, the controversy.

Kim said...

My headache is gone now; I useed Tiger Balm. Why didn't you tell me it would leave scars?

Steve said...

r reeves said, "I think he [Dave Armstrong] needs a prize of some sort."

Didn't Phil once say something about the "native narcissism" that so rampantly pervades the blogosphere? Can't remember Phil's exact words. But for someone to be so preoccupied as to throw an ad infinitum hissy fit over something as trivial as one's own blogging output might call for a "Best Native Narcissist" award.

And while we're on the subject, I'll put in my nomination right now for C.H. Spurgeon for the "Best Supporting Blogger" award.

Libbie said...

Noo!!!..I really don't think I could cope with a word-count of CH Spurgeon's output...

Dave said...

I really think that is pecadillo on the board at dodgers stadium.

Is this a conspiracy?

And, you without a beard? Abhorrent!

Then your similarities to spurgeon end. Ha! Ha!

Annie Crawford said...

Tommy's wife is a homeschooling mom who made the last post on the blog. :-)

mrclm said...

As a multi-time owner of Phil's blog, I can say I'm partly to blame for it's Blogshare Price. IIRC, I was the first to index it (and subsequently purchase it) beginning it's ascent toward the top of the blogshares listings for it's category(s).

And I too have no idea how the valuation system works there, but it is a nice distraction for a few minutes each day.

Thanks agian Phil for the Blogspotting link. I do blame you for my computer problems, deservedly or not! ;-)

Big Chris
Because I said so blog
http://mrclm.blogspot.com

Phil Johnson said...

Annie:

Yeah, but is your dictionary unabridged? And if so, how deadly is your backswing?

Frank Martens said...

I noticed blogshares a few days ago as well adn didn't understand it, but I read this, and here's the basic gist...

It's some kind of "Virtual Blog Stock Exchange", meaning the more people you have linking to your site, the more expensive your site is, and people can sign up to "virtual buy" blogshares and make "virtual money".

blah

Sam H. said...

Bro. Phil,
you have gained the interest of the Prot. Reformed Church--in their official semi monthly mag, The Standard Bearer. You are mentioned in an article RE: Hypercalvinism. I don't think they have an official site yet.

Carla said...

Frank,

re: blogshares...

Frank says "blah"

I must add here, "blah, indeed".

matchingtracksuits said...

I, and I think others in the XCG community, would love to hear more of why you don't give the WCG a clean bill of health now.

Lord knows there's lots of us that share that opinion!

Impacted Wisdom Truth said...

Hey Phil,

Was that photo taken on the night that GCC went to the game? If so, I remember something like you hitting Lance Quinn over the head when the camera showed him--or maybe the other way around?

I do remember it was one of John's sons that threw out the first pitch.

jc said...

About your mug showing up on the Jumbotron: Were you on it for so long that you or your companion had enough time to whip out the camera and take that picture?

pilgrim said...

My blog's too new to have any value--or so they say...

I like the review--and the links to many of the blogs turned up some interesting reading.

Phil Johnson said...

Darlene took that picture. It was one of those moments in the pregame ceremony, between the national anthem and the ceremonial first pitch when no one, but no one, is paying attention. It was a totally and utterly forgettable moment, captured on film by the one person at Dodger Stadium that night who really even cared who the dumb-looking dude wearing the Cubs' hat on on Dodger Diamond Vision was.

I don't recall the incident IWT describes with Lance Quinn, but I think this was taken on the same evening he remembers. That was a long time ago. I barely remember it myself.

Donnie said...

Hey Phil, this is late, but I am, with absolute certainty, thoroughly thankful for the blogspot. I have been overwhelmingly edified by your posts.

Andrew said...

Proud to be a part of the vast community of Pyromaniac readers!