I think I’m doing this blogging thing all wrong. I like to think I’m writing about game design here, with a side order of pith, pomp and pique.
According to the statistics, though, one of my articles is a clear favorite (as in, easily twice as many hits per unit of time compared to anything else I’ve written):
Yeah, the James Cameron halo effect is stronger than anything of substance I have to offer. Maybe I should review Inception? (tl;dr version: Ooh, nifty! Cool GFX. Freaky wife. Great heist flavor. Choose Your Own Ending.)
Kinda puts what I do here in perspective, just in case I start thinking I’m all that and a bag of chips (Boulder Canyon Rice and Bean Chipotle Cheddar chips, of course… man, those are good). So Gordon? At least this little blog has pretty much no effect on the industry.
This actually doesn’t bother me, since I’m not blogging to change the world, but it really did strike me as odd that the Avatar article would be the one with the most total hits. (It’s even topping older ones that have been around for two years or more.) In fact, sometimes it’s a game I play; try to top my daily hits on that article with one of my more traditional articles. So far, I’m not doing so well.
Oh, and while we’re at it, here’s my WoW Armory profile (conveniently not updated since the 10th). Feel free to tell me I’m doing that wrong, too. I promise to keep on doing whatever I feel like anyway.
FCC Disclosure: I am in no way, shape or form in any sort of financial standing that would benefit in any way whatsoever from people going out and buying every single bag of those marvelous chips. I would, however, be saddened if there were none left for me.