The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health: The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads Wow. Crunchy numbers A helper monkey made this abstract painting, inspired by your stats. About 3 million people visit the Taj Mahal every year. This blog was […]
Here is a neighboring blog which is fully (not partially like this one) about Buddhism. Please have a look: http://buddhismnow.wordpress.com/
I just found out on my blog dashboard that the blog of the Wisdom Publications is the top fastest growing blog. Congratulations. The blog is full of good stuffs for Buddhists, one of which is a post about the most outstanding women in Buddhism award, which was given out last March here in Bangkok. Krisadawan […]
I have moved the blog of the Center for Ethics of Science and Technology, Chulalongkorn University to its new home here at WordPress. Please go and have a look at http://cestchula.wordpress.com/ Thanks.
I just had a look at the dashboard of my blog and found that it is linked to by another blog. This blog (Enlightenment Ward) put my blog here under the category of a Buddhist blog by a male practitioner. Some classification indeed. There are also categories of blogs by women practitioners, blogs by monks, […]
I have found a nifty website where you can download a code that shows you the location of the visitor’s location on this website. It’s IPligence. If you have a website you might want to give this a look. The map generated looks better than the other visitor’s map site that I have encountered.
I have tried the new Albeo theme for a while, and as I said in the previous post, I kind of feel a bit uneasy with all the fish swimming in there. So I decided to change it back to Chaos Theory, which is now the current theme of this blog. Another thing is that […]
WordPress has launched this new theme, called ‘Albeo’, which is what you are seeing right now on this blog. It looks quite good, but perhaps I would prefer less ‘fish’ swimming around on the site. Nonetheless it gives a change from the dark and serious theme that I have been using on this blog for […]
I found out this website Wordle where you can input text and watch the Java program generate an image consisting of words in the text. Very nifty. Here is a portion of the image generated by the text in this very blog: What is surprising is that the word ‘time’ gets a very large share. […]