So apparently I made Blog of the Day, spot # 94, on WordPress’s daily blogs list.
Between when I wasn’t on the list, and when I was, I got about six more visits than usual. Which is to say, not very much. So it’s not a very important result. On the other hand, I tell my students all the time that in a digital environment, what matters are the frequency of your contributions, and the quality of your contributions.
Here’s proof that frequency matters. Some of my recent posts have gotten a fair bit of attention, and apparently some of the archived posts have been making a little headway.
So if you’re a new visitor to this blog (as a result of my making Blog of the Day!), you might want to check out these recent entries.
- The Mountain and Me
- Cyber-Charter Schools
- Our Talk Yesterday
- Old Mess / New Mess
- Have You Seen The Wave?
- Meeting the Parents
- Krugman on Education
If you’re an old visitor, thanks for reading. You know that I appreciate you, and I’m going to go back, myself and re-read “Oh, the readers…“, to remind myself why I do this. Because the truth is, it’s always difficult to figure out what to say. Do I have a message that can’t be found anywhere else on the net, about cooking, teaching, and relfecting on both?
Probably not. That’s why you keep coming back. Right? Right?