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One Hundred Thousand… That’s a big number.

I can hardly believe it, I’ve just had the 100,000th visitor to my site…. how amazing is that?

I have to admit that recently, what with work and holidays and other writing commitments, my target of at least 2 posts a week has slipped slightly. I think this Blogging lark (at least for me) is probably more of a winter thing, when the temptations of meeting friends and going out are less (although with the summer we’ve had so far here in London, that excuse is obviously rather weak..)

Visitors however seem unaffected by the seasons, as my busiest day was just a week or so ago when 681 dropped in. And although this was something of an aberration (caused for some unknown reason by the post I wrote on Peter Saville and his New Order Colour Wheel getting nearly 400 visitors all of its own) my daily average is around the 350 mark, which I’m pretty happy with.

So onwards and upwards… I shall take encouragement from this huge total and will let you all know when I reach 250,000 (which should be in 2 to 3 years time…)

My thanks again to everyone who stops to look and takes the time to comment, this Blog really has been one of the best things I’ve ever decided to do..


  1. Arch
    July 9, 2012 at 15:25

    Brilliant well done – and keep it up, I love being directed to obscure 1950’s heroicism – if there ever was such a thing?

  2. July 9, 2012 at 15:30

    Cheers Arch..
    and there’s lots more mid century madness to come

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