This is the third year, in a row, that I have made at least one post a day. That is 1095 posts, plus a few bonus posts here and there. I plan to keep this up as long as I can, and I hope you’re enjoying my blog.
Doyle’s Space is two years old! I’ve been posting at least one post a day for two years now. I thought I’d look at my blog development and see how my child is doing. At the time of this post, I’ve posted 730 days in a row with a total post count of 924. My idea of having menu items that let you easily find archived posts on various subjects has come along nicely. At the time of this post, I have also inducted 10 musicians into my Doyle’s Space Music Hall of Fame with big plans coming.
As more folks check out my blog they adventure around my categories and read the things that interest them. Sometimes, older posts are suddenly popular probably because there was something out there in the news that triggered a certain search term on the internet. I decided to see what my most popular posts were for the past year. The data is from my “Stats and Insights” on my WordPress Dashboard. Winners are at the bottom.
It was 9/11 and I thought it would be a good idea to republish an old post I had previously submitted on the topic. I wanted to update it, adding a featured image, an excerpt, and some new images I had found. There was even a mistyped word that I found. How to go about this and bring the old post back to the top?
What are the most famous uses of 500? Well, there is the famous error message, 500 Internal Server Error which is a server response code indicating that an unexpected condition has prevented filling a request. There is that popular Indianapolis 500, the number of miles ran in the race for the Indy Cars.
Well, there is the Sundance Film Festival, Super Bowl Sunday, Mardi Gras, the Masters Golf Tournament, The Boston Marathon, Comic-Con, Dragon-Con, the Peachtree Road Race and the Burning Man Festival. These things happen, well maybe not in a pandemic, but that couldn’t even stop me from posting 365 days in a row, here on Doyle’s Space.