Wednesday, January 11, 2012

I Love My Blog Tracker Software: Part 3


I'm watching. I'm keeping track. Actually, *I* don't need to keep track, because my computer does that for me. I should think there are more pressing things to do these days than analyze my life, unless you plan on offering me a publishing contract, in which case, ok, ok, I'll work on the vernacular. Paid my tuition, bought my book and am all set to go back to school. Please, let me go and live my life in peace and raise my son and get my doctorate so I can help people.

And for God's sake, if you're going to Google my name, try and spell it correctly. There's no "e' in MIKLASZ.








5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Ann"ie", I just tried to leave a comment but Blogger erased my post.

Bah! So, I shall simply sign in as "Anonymous" & resume stalking you. Bwah-ha-ha!


Love from "Miss Thang"

Annie Miklasz, Offbeat Drumming Lunatic said...

Miss Thang II, you are always welcome to stalk me. Much love, Annie

Annie Miklasz, Offbeat Drumming Lunatic said...

Besides, Miss Thang II, I know who's creeping on me right now and it pisses me off. So much so that I think I'm going to have diarrhea again! ;)

Paul Cienniwa said...

But if I use Google Reader, does my reading show up in your tracker? I don't always read your posts at the blog site...

Annie Miklasz, Offbeat Drumming Lunatic said...

Paul, all ISP's show up as visits to the site. Some are of an unknown origin. But most are from blatant service providers, locations, dates, times and pages read (entry link and exit links). I can tell when people email my posts to other people, though I don't know to whom they're being sent. Google is harder to track, if that makes you feel any better. There's "googlebot" and Google coming out of Mountain View, CA, it's HQ. Comcast, my ISP, is tricky but not difficult to discern who's reading from where (i.e. it says I'm in Bartlett, but I'm not). So I track Comcast visitors by vicinity instead. But the tracker I have is actually quite accurate. Bottom line is, first amendment, baby!