Oct 24 2011

Oh, Wow. Four Years.

I just noticed that yesterday marked the 4th anniversary of The Digital Cuttlefish going public (I had collected a few of the things I had posted on Pharyngula on the site privately, before figuring “what the hell?”)

I’m still a tiny little cuttlefish in a vast internet ocean, but I honestly never expected to last this long, let alone to have jumped to an actual blogging community. Many thanks to a number of people, including especially those readers whose generosity changed my world in the first year of this blog (you know who you are, and what you did, and I intend to be grateful until I quit breathing), to PZ for over 90% of my traffic, and especially to Kylie who told me to do it in the first place.

I forgot to get a cake, but I think I might have some leftover meatloaf I can stick a candle in.

Happy blog-day to me…
Happy blog-day to me…

(If I finish it, it’s copyright infringement, so to hell with that)


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  1. 1
    chigau (違う)

    merry blog-day, dear Cuttlefish …
    joyful blog-day to you.
    No copyright problems.

  2. 2
    Jason Thibeault

    Congratulations on a lap around the sun, collected digital musings of Cuttlefish!

    (Is that anthropomorphizing a bit much?)

  3. 3

    Happy blog-day to yoooouuuu! :D xxxx

  4. 4
    Ophelia Benson


  5. 5

    OOOOOOH! Happy B-Day DC!

  6. 6
    Lynn Wilhelm

    Happy, happy blog day to you!

  7. 7
    Badland, delurking for a bit

    No Cuttlecake? Boo!

    Happy fourth blogday, it has been a pleasure to discover your work on the interwebs

  8. 8
    Stephanie Zvan

    I think it’s only been about three years since I discovered you, but they’ve been good ones, even if I almost always just nod and walk away without commenting. Happy blogversary to you.

  9. 9

    Congratulations. I lasted about 4 weeks. I found that it’s torture to subject yourself to such stupidity just so you can criticize it.

  10. 10

    Happy blogday! And thank you yet again for letting me make “I Am Charles Darwin” into a song!

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