1,000,000 visits

by Henry Farrell on January 22, 2004

According to our log-analysis program, Crooked Timber received its 1,000,000th unique visit today; a nice milestone. I think it’s fair to say that none of us anticipated how well CT would do when we started it in July. Thank you all for reading us.



Karim 01.22.04 at 7:05 pm

this makes it 1,000,000 and one!


Ophelia Benson 01.22.04 at 8:38 pm

Reading you. I notice you don’t thank us for blathering. Hmm.


Scott McLemee 01.22.04 at 11:56 pm

Congratulations. And thanks for maintaining one of the truly essential blogs.


dsquared 01.23.04 at 7:28 am

So our log analysis program reveals exponential growth!

i’ll get my coat


Matthew 01.23.04 at 10:17 am

As the opposite of LGf and others, CT keeps me on the blogs…


Jeremy Osner 01.23.04 at 7:07 pm

And thanks for having us. I’m continually amazed by the blogosphere — that so many gifted people want not only to write for my diversion but also to listen to and respond to my own reactions to their writing.


Jeremy Osner 01.23.04 at 7:33 pm

And indeed — no sooner do I post this last comment than I find, in the course of my browsing, a perfect epigram for the comments section of CT: from Allen Ruch’s review of Mulholland Drive, “(Just think, we cranks used to be confined to writing letters to newspapers!)”

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