I missed Hacking Christianity’s one year blogiversary. And none of you got me champagne, so I assume that means (a) you know I’m a teetotaler, and (b) you didn’t really care.
So one year ago last week, I started blogging. Here’s some statistics for this, my first year of blogging.
- Total Blog Posts: 348 (yup, almost one per day)
- Total Comments: 738
- Number of subscribers (via RSS) is 193 (it fluctuates wildly but it’s been in the mid 190’s consistently)
- Number of Twitter followers is 117. (follow me on twitter)
- My Technorati authority maxed out at 52 six months ago. Today it is 32.
- For reference…the Methoblog has an authority of 50 …and my next milestone will be when I beat Richard Hall as his authority is 90.
- Number of souls saved: uncountable.
- HX first got the attention of the methoblogosphere when I wrote a satirical response to Andrew Thompson here: “Mission Holiness Rankings of UM Seminaries.”
- One of HX’s articles was published in the September 5th edition of UM Reporter: “What United Methodists Can Learn from Wikipedia”
- One of HX’s reviews was featured on NPR: The Illuminated Bible
- See all notable links and articles here: “Press & Media“
- Number of souls slain in the spirit: unfathomable.
Thanks for being on this new journey with me and all the community at Hacking Christianity.