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Well worth reblogging

My good friend Carl has just started his own personal Blog.

The Crazy Nigerian

Cursing /kûrsin/ verb.The use of swear words, usually in an exclamation (www.about.com). Also known as ‘Cussing’.

For centuries the art of Cursing has evolved and has become a staple part of day-to-day communication in a world where things tend to go wrong…a lot. A sensitive topic for some, Cursing is supposedly a taboo (especially for the self-righteous). But I know what my first utterance  would be if I were Jesus and I walked into a holy temple and suddenly discovered it had been turned into a marketplace – ‘WTF?’

Many times I’ve resisted the urge to belch out the filthiest swear words known to man…and many times I’ve failed. If it wasn’t the time I sped into an obscure pothole on Third Mainland bridge in the dead of the night, then it was probably just yesterday when for the first 3 hours of the day my laptop was rendered…

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A very helpful and informative blog from the guys at WordPress

The WordPress.com Blog

This is a guest post by Kristina Chang, Evan Moore, Tony Xu, and Omer Rabin; students at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

“What makes a blog popular? What drives page views?” These are the questions that we’ve been trying to answer over the last few weeks. We were on a mission to dig into the data and analyze the strongest parameters that influence the flow of visitors to WordPress.com blogs.

Out of the 30+ million blogs on WordPress.com, we randomly selected a sample of almost 100,000 blogs to perform a regression analysis. Here are our findings, together with a few recommendations. We hope that this provides some new information, and kudos to you in case you’ve already incorporated these tips into your blog – the data suggests that you’re on the right track. Keep it up!

Make your blog easy to follow – It almost sounds obvious, but the…

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Instagram & Hipstamatic sitting on a tree….

New toy

Today, I bought myself a new camcorder. A Panasonic HDC-SD41. Gonna have fun with that. I will still use my trusty flip as well. I can’t believe how small camcorders have got.

Work reunion

Yesterday I went to a reunion for all the staff that worked at one of the bus companies I drove for. It was great seeing the ‘old’ faces again after so long. I was the same as a lot of other people there, remembering faces but not the names and remembering names but not faces. The old directors, who organised the do put on a free bar. Unfortunately, I had to drive so wasn’t able to have copious amounts of beer like some of them were. The free food was very nice indeed.
One of the old directors, had put on a display of all the old memorabilia that he had saved from his time at the company. Amongst the photos of buses ( some of which I drove ), were old company newspapers. It was great to see loads of my old workmates in there, as well as photos of myself, when I was younger, slimmer, and had hair.

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On way to tip

Steve