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February 17, 2006

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Eason Down The Road

You must have a great publicist, because somehow you’ve managed to convince a clueless Japanese documentarian that you're a “famous” “superblogger” when, in reality, you are operating a zero traffic website. There are actual bloggers out there, albiet non-super ones, that generate anywhere between a thousand to a hundred thousand times more hits than you do per day. The average teenager on myspace gets a hundred times more hits than you do per day. The typical third grader taking his or her first computer class gets a dozen times more hits than you do per day, and at any given moment I’m sure there are tens of thousands of “Under Construction” web pages that manage to beat your ratings. In any game there are starters and there are bench warmers, and, using this analogy, I’d have to day that you are, at best, on the waiting list to be a benchwarmer. So I ask you, oh great Uberbloggeris Maximus, when is this charade going to end?

rony

no publicist - sorry

Lorrie

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not please reference my article on setting up your very own Minecraft server.
Licensing agreements for those need to be worked out first.
Minecraft Seeds are what defines how the Minecraft game world
is generated.

Morgantown

I hardly leave a response, however I looked at a few of the comments on this page fixtheworld: Lost In Translation - Pt.
1. I do have a couple of questions for you if it's okay. Is it only me or do a few
of these responses come across like they are left by brain
dead people? :-P And, if you are posting on other online social sites, I'd like to keep up with anything fresh you have to post.

Would you post a list of every one of all your public sites like your linkedin
profile, Facebook page or twitter feed?

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