More Retro: MTV Ruined Everything for Everybody

Half of my regular readers (well, at least four, maybe five) tell me, under duress, that they truly enjoy my more long-winded posts, but the vast majority of random visits clearly come to the quick and dirty posts, the videos that I slapped up with no forethought, the items that take less than five seconds to read though often there is a video, and the occasional kitty kat. MTV-generation pandering. Later I’ll retrospect some of those long winded tomes, but for now, here’s a set of pointers to some of the more visited posts not covered in my previous retrospective:


A rare excellent photograph of a rare excellent cat. It is a rare excellent photograph because although I take a lot of pictures, I take only a few good ones. A lot of people take pictures, but only some of them are photographers, and I’m not one of the latter. Nonetheless, I can get lucky, and this photograph of a King Cheetah (a morph of the regular Cheetah) considering whether or not it is time for lunch, was one of those lucky moments.

Peeple luved this post, though I dont’ no why. Klick here

I had never heard of Autotune until I blogged it.

Hardly anyone commented on this but zillions viewed it: Space Tool Bag Visible from Earth!

This post makes the teachers all weepy: If you ask for it then I have to let you have it

And there you have it. Me doing the absolute minimum with maximum bloggy effect.

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4 thoughts on “More Retro: MTV Ruined Everything for Everybody

  1. but the vast majority of random visits clearly come to the quick and dirty posts, the videos that I slapped up with no forethought, the items that take less than five seconds to read though often there is a video, and the occasional kitty kat.

    Hm, curious. Maybe you do a better job at tagging than me, but I find those “don’t have time but need to post something” posts to be mostly ignored by randoms, and skimmed with hardly any comments by regulars, as a rule of thumb.
    Maybe a scienceblogger gets more randoms naturally….

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