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Sunday
Mar302008

Beheld

Thanks to the many The Readers who migrated, clicking, to JamsBio, this was the situation twenty-four hours ago (click for the full image):

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Behold the power of you unleashed upon the "Explore" widget, which ranks individual postings by popularity. (I hesitate to consider the alternative, which is that the world at large really, really wants to know all about my deep and personal connections to The Go-Gos.) Of the top twenty-four, you saw to it that ten of them were from my page-- including the number one slot. That's not 'cause I'm awesome. It's 'cause you are awesome. Your much-appreciated clickage made it possible for me to e-circle the face of Josh Groban for promotional purposes, an experience for which I am deeply grateful.

JamsBio is now well and truly live, wide open to anyone who wishes to run through it. You are free to explore without an account, but if you'd like to start constructing a bio of your own or browse around some very cool stories from the other writers, mount up and party on. I'll start linking new posts BlondeChampagne, but if you're of a mind to create a free account, you'll be able to "favorite" me, and we can find one another more easily. That'll give you the ability to leave comments, too.

Many thanks for those of you who braved the beta and took the time to read what I had to say about such vital life issues as whether or not Jordan Knight was, in fact, seen with a rhinestone Batman belt buckle. Thou art alpha.

pleather at: mbe@drinktothelasses.com

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Your much-appreciated clickage made it possible for me to e-circle the face of Josh Groban for promotional purposes, an experience for which I am deeply grateful.

Oh, I love Josh Groban. Saw him in concert last August - Best. Concert. Ever.

March 31, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterAmy P.
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