Yet another anniversary of my time on the internet has passed. And by quite a bit.
Turns out, I have now, officially, been putting words to screen (and it’s verifiable) for just a bit over 7 years! If you were to go back through the archives here, you will find my first post, at what was windthefrog.net, happened on November 5th, 2003. Of course, I’ve been doing for a bit longer, but those were posts that were eaten by Blogger or vaporized by Greymatter when I switched over.
7 years and change. Anyone curious what that means? According to the handy dandy WordPress Dashboard it means
- 1,428 posts contained within 41 categories
- There have been 1,927 comments made, 1,911 approved
- I’ve used 642 tags
I’m not really sure what the word count is, but figure that each of the posts that I make here is usually around 300, than means that I’ve typed out over 400,000 words. Staggering. And that’s just here.
To get the full look back, I need to include the posts from dbmini.us, which started September, 2002, those stats would look something like this.
- 2,491 posts contained within 68 categories
- There have been 3,760 comments made
- I’ve used 721 tags
Using the same math as above, but assuming an average word count of 200 per post, that gives me a grand total over the past **7 years** of almost **500,000** words that I have put to screen.
And that doesn’t even count the 6,657 posts on Twitter or the 2,591 posts on Tumblr. It also doesn’t count the hundreds of posts at Motoringfile that I have my name of them, or the 658 posts at White Roof Radio. If I had to guess, that’s got to be close to 750,000 words that I have put to screen in the last 7 years (and change).