Going Viral: A Visualisation

As discussed previously, last week an article of mine about Monopoly went viral. The article is on the Critical Miss website (www.criticalmiss.com), but since that’s now merely a subdomain of my main Jonny Nexus site, visits to it appear in the overall site’s webstats. For the first time since the whole kerfuffle hit, I’ve just […]

My Monopoly Post Is Still Getting Traffic

Those of you who follow me on Twitter will know that at the end of July, my Campaign For Real Monopoly article from issue 10 of Critical Miss went viral, being read by something like 40,000 people in just a few days. In total, it was viewed 75,015 times during the month of July. I […]

And The Result…

Great. Still strips out apostrophes. Still therefore totally useless. And as a bonus feature, the photo did not (see what I had to do there?) appear. Bugger.

Testing, Testing, One, Two, Three

Well after nearly a month in which I havent blogged, due to a combination of being away, having no Internet access when I wasnt away, and not really having anything to say… …I still havent anything to say. But I do have a new WordPress client app on my iPhone to test. And thats pretty […]

UK2, Spammers, And The Mysterious Disappearance Of My Website

Friday lunchtime, everything was fine in the world, or at least in my on-line portion of it. My new website was up, functioning, and looking – dare I say it – pretty good. Granted, I was getting a torrent of grotesquely horrible spam comments on the blog portion of the site, but the WordPress spam […]

A John The Baptist Of A Post

Hi all, This isn’t the post that ends the “Great Jonny Nexus Blog Rethink of 2009”. Think of it more as a John the Baptist to that post’s Jesus. I’m still thinking about what sort of things I want to blog about. But since I’ve now got Live Journal to switch the feed from the […]

Yet Another Test

Another test, from my iPhone this time.

More Testing…

And now, the end is near, and as I take, the final cur…..tain. Not sure if anyone is going to get this, but if you do, treat it as a Londoner would treat an unconscious man he found lying on a tube station late one night. (i.e. Ignore it).

Testing, Testing…

Tap. Tap. Can everyone hear me at the back? Mary had a little lamb, its fleece was white as snow. And everywhere that Mary went, the lamb was sure to go.