5.10.2012

Earlier this week we celebrated our 5 millionth pageview since starting in January of 2009. Today I'm celebrating our first day of over 50,000 page views.


I know that page views and individual visitors are different but it's a metric that means some people read some things that I wrote over 50,000 times today. That flat out amazes me. Thanks for being part of the discussion.

That's a lot of coffee...

12 comments:

  1. I'm glad I have a lot of company trolling your pages when I should be working. Nice to know that so many others slow down to add a little joy to their day.

    Congratulations,

    Joe

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  2. I've just recently found your site and am pouring over your past entries. Love it so far.

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  3. I just found this guy's blog and I love it: http://blog.mingthein.com/2012/05/05/an-unfair-fight-nikon-d800e-vs-leica-s2-p/

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    1. Congrats again Kirk, it's well deserved. And thanks for that link as well, even if those cameras are a bit out of range for me, it's still interesting to see where technology is today.

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  4. I've followed you ever since I read Minimalist Lighting. Thanks so much for the great education!

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  5. Congratulations, Kirk. 50,000 daily is remarkable.
    There is something reassuring in seeing that quality writing will find an audience. Perhaps it can tell us that quality photography will find a market, no matter what the technology, the expectations, or the purpose.

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  6. Congratulations !
    robert

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  7. Congratulations Kirk. It is well earned.

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  8. "You know, this is - excuse me - a damn fine cup of coffee. I've had I can't tell you how many cups of coffee in my life and this, this is one of the best." - Special Agent Dale Cooper

    Keep it coming - the blog and the coffee...

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