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by on August 5, 2010

I’m intrigued. Suddenly yesterday hundreds of people came and visited this site, for no apparent reason. Today, nobody.

What happened yesterday in the world to make them all come here? Was it a mistake, a kind of virtual whale-beaching?

Anyone know?

From → General

  1. It depends on what web counter you’re using to tell you the number of visitors. Google Analytics, and doubtless others, can also tell you what city they all came from, what source (directly typing in the URL, a link on another site, or a search on Google), whether they were all separate people or the same few people making several visits, and whether they’ve been before. That should all give you an idea.

    But for myself, I have no idea.

  2. Susannah permalink

    Navigation through cyber-space always was a difficult undertaking. One minute you’re swimming about in the comfortable murky deep waters of the blogosphere and the next, SPOOLSH, you’ve washed up in a church plant in Canterbury. And you never know… I’m sure God even beaches whales for a good reason.

    God moves in a mysterious way
    His wonders to perform;
    He plants His footsteps in the sea,
    And rides upon the storm.

    • Nice. Extended metaphor: i love it. Almost as good as mixed metaphor!

      Just watch out for those currents, Susannah…

  3. Christian permalink

    Ha two quite different ways of accounting for the same phenomenon…I like it how God gives different thinking patterns to different people

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