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August 19, 2010

Someone finally appreciates Kim Kardaskhan.

Thank you, Fuck Yeah Pokememe

(original post)

Also, breaking: Bieber: Kardashian is 'extremely hot'. Thank you, cnn.com.

Posted by Will at 9:39 PM | Comments ()

August 12, 2010

The fastest Mac ever

Apple decided to email me today about their new Mac Pro, its main selling point being that it's faster than all the other Macs they've made in the past.

If they were making Macs slower than they were last year, that would be worth telling me about.

Posted by Will at 11:45 AM | Comments (1)

August 6, 2010

Free as hell

While browsing in a local used book shop with my friend Elliot, I happened upon a collection of Ed Burns screenplays and laughed out loud. The owner overheard me, asked to see the book I was making fun of, and promptly put it out on the street with the note you see attached.

It's called The Atlantic Bookshop, and I recommend you check it out, because you are guaranteed not to find any Ed Burns related literature there.

Posted by Will at 5:33 PM | Comments (4)

August 4, 2010

This is the worst song I've ever heard.

I know you all are still digesting Nobody comments anymore wah, but I had to share Soulja Boy's Pretty Boy Swag with you, in the same way that I would have to share small pox with you if I ever caught it.

Posted by Will at 2:53 PM | Comments (3)

August 1, 2010

Nobody comments anymore wah

Here's a follow up on Readership is down, posts continue to be erratic

More noticeable than diogenes club's declining readership is its declining comments. Here's a chart:


PS: I made this chart a few months ago, forgot about it, and then didn't feel like updating the data when I remembered it

What can we take from this chart? Not that much, but I think facebook has taken away some of the club's thunder. Way back in 2004, there wasn't an easy way to keep up with people and leave comments on it and stuff, so people settled for just keeping up with me and commenting here. Now that facebook is around, you can keep with everybody and leave as many comments as you want, rendering diogenes club somewhat obsolete.

But don't think that'll stop me. I'll be posting here on the incredibly irregular basis I've been keeping up for almost six years, and I don't care if anybody comments or not.

Posted by Will at 7:09 PM | Comments (3)