This is my 200th post since I founded The Mighty Quinn Media Machine back on March 13th. It's been such a blast writing here, and the feedback I've gotten from you folks out there has been really kind. Since I put the site meter on the blog on April 20th, it's been fun seeing from exactly where people have been reading my blog. I've had readers from all over the world log on, from all six continents, and from such diverse places such as Iran, The Ivory Coast and Peru. I have many repeat readers, and I thank you for returning to my blog as often as you do. I get anywhere from 40-50 hits per day on my site, which isn't bad at all. I hope it continues to grow and expand.
This past week I have gotten about 15 different people find my blog through search engines (such as Google, MSN and Yahoo) about a couple of almost throwaway lines I wrote about Alex Rodriguez and the bare-chested photos in Central Park last week. And they've been from all over the United States. It's amazing the way things work sometimes.
I'll be writing my Trivia Night questions today, and of course, if you're in Manhattan, stop by Professor Thom's for a fun night of questions and answers, along with the Red Sox-A's late game. I will also be writing another edition of "50 Things About Me" later this week.
Now, what shall I let the whole world know about me? Hmmm...