Re: [-empyre-] C. S. Peirce and Code
"I think that online writers should not care about getting more hits or
hits come from. I think that it is detrimental to our work, as are
The other day I saw on my web server summary that a person in Moldovo down
loaded 150 pages of my poems.
This was the first time anyone in Moldovo had ever gone to my website.
Moldovo ex Moldovia ex Bessarabia? is a hundred miles from where my father
was born in 1898 in Pietra Niemt, Romania. Its a long way from California.
It made me very happy.
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Subject: RE: [-empyre-] C. S. Peirce and Code
Selon Adrian Miles <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
around the 18/10/05 Frederic Madre mentioned about Re: [-empyre-] C.
>so, besides getting more hits
trackbacks don't measure hits. They indicate where someone else has
written a link to you.
yes, I know.
(Why you want to do this is a different set of questions.)
It is the question I am asking you, indeed.
so, besides getting more hits
I think that online writers should not care about getting more hits or where
hits come from. I think that it is detrimental to our work, as are comments.
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