Two Million Views of

Some time in the last couple of days, while I was distracted, this blog had its two millionth page view according to the deeply flawed Sitemeter metric. The far, far stricter unique counter, which won't count you more than once a day, hasn't even hit a million yet. Then again, in this day of RSS newsreaders, I suspect that about half my readers never hit the blog at all but just take the full-text feed.

This blog is a strange enterprise: it's neither narrowly focused on one subject, as are many of the best law blogs, nor is it run by a collection of interesting people as are many of the others. I suppose it's a bit quirky. Perhaps that reflects something about the author.

I remain humbled by the wonderful people who seem to think my hobby is worth their time and especially those who write to me or post comments. Over time, some readers have been kind enough to describe themselves, and you, kind reader, are invited to join in (names optional) if you are so minded.

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5 Responses to Two Million Views of

  1. Matt says:

    Congratulations, Michael- it’s been interesting reading.

  2. Matt says:

    Congratulations, Michael- it’s been interesting reading.

  3. Matt says:

    Congratulations, Michael- it’s been interesting reading.

  4. Matt says:

    Obviously I thought that this was such a nice thing that it had to be given three cheers. (Actually, I blame your slow system timing out on the computer I was using. Very annoying, that.)

  5. John Yellow says:

    My sincere congratulations! Keep up the good work, hopefully we’ll see that number double some time from now :)

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