Friday, September 22, 2006

I'm boring people.

I had two unsubscribes to my blog in the past two days... but I think it's actually because people who were following the blog for Summer of Socks (er, what?) and Trek Along with Me (cough. I tried to use my cell phone to document this, and forgot to hit save, so I never managed to post) have now unsubscribed. Fair 'nuff!

Go check out Earin's new crafting podcast. She showcases some nice music, too. (You can subscribe to it from iTunes with the URL http://trueyarns.libsyn.com/rss .) Makes me think about podcasting my music. Of course I need to do some actual recording first...

Roz sent me the link to this hilariously obsessive page charting Tom Baker's Scarves (as Doctor Who). It's disturbing what some people do with their time. Of course my own obsessions are completely normal.

6 comments:

Jen said...

Heh...I once actually knit the BBC pattern for the Doctor Who Scarf. Sold it for $75.

Elinoire said...

Will it help if I get my act together and subscribe? :-)

trek said...

I lost a subscriber too - shouldn't take it personally but it feels like a personal loss. What, don't you love me anymore?

April said...

boring? i don't think so. they probably just hit the "unsubscribe" button by accident. of course since i know nothing about bloglines there might not even be an unsubscribe button. in which case, i hope these dastardly people are beseiged by a horde of moths.

Melinda said...

I'm still with you :) I try to never look at the bloglines statistics for my blog. It just makes me sad. It's in the same category as webpages like rate your professor for me. I'm just a lot happier not knowing.

How are the fir cones going?

Earin Marybird said...

Hmmm. Take two on on trying to comment. (Somewhere out in the ether are my original comments.)

I love the Dr. Who link. Too funny. And thank you so much for your shout-out. If you ever record I would love to hear you and play you on my podcast.

I didn't know about subscribers. Can't find anything on my blog about it. Hmmm.