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My day has been made

Whilst checking out my Google Analytics statistics, as I do daily, I was thoroughly rendered enslaved by paroxysms of delight when it reported one of my top referring search queries to be “Serge Duclos”. It’s hilarious that my blog entry, as of today, is the number one hit for this query (edit – this was pretty short lived) since I use it as a third-hand reference to the Douglas Coupland novel, J-Pod, which is otherwise completely unrelated to the topic of that post.

Maybe no one else will find this even remotely amusing, but I don’t write for you people so sod off.

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And to any and all who call themselves Serge Duclos, je suis désolé; I don’t mean to steal your thunder.

Aside, it’s interesting to note that 142 people found my page these past 7 days via Google searches. Looks like they probably didn’t find what they were looking for, though they read over 2 pages each per visit on average. This blog is like a pitcher plant full of BS – once you buzz your way in it’s a slippery struggle to escape!

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About Brian Damage:

Who is Brian really?
I live in Toronto, Canada, and work for an IT firm. That's about as much real-world info I'm comfortable divulging here. What you read on my blog is the real Brian, but, for the sake of freedom of speech, I feel most comfortable leaving a gulf between my cyberspace and meatspace personae.

Who is Brian at work?
My ridiculous job title is "Marketing Specialist" since I wear so many hats at work. I'm a technical writer, a specialist in enterprise search technologies, an electronic forms designer, a newsletter author, system administrator... but I'm in the Marketing department so for the time being I'm stuck with this inauspicious title.

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2 replies on “My day has been made”

I’ve just taken a look at the Clicky website and it looks fantastic! I think I’ll give it a try! Thanks a lot for writing, Douglas!

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