I recently took a look at the stats for this blog, and I chuckled at the search terms that have led people here over the past month. Here are the top 10:
- “ron swanson pyramid of greatness” — Apparently many are interested in how to climb the pyramid of greatness.
- “petaus” — I’m pleasantly surprised that Petaus, the illiterate village scribe, has generated some traffic!
- “an open letter to the u.s. catholic bishops on the forthcoming missal” — On the new translation of the Latin missal, see here and here.
- “greatness” — It’s tempting to see this as a reference to the first item listed, but I like to think it is in reference to “greatness itself,” which, for obvious reasons, is a relevant search term for this blog.
- “ron swanson’s pyramid of greatness” — See item #1.
- “parks and recreation ron swanson” — Again, see item #1.
- “eric vanden eykel” — I might be in seventh place, but at least I made it!
- “images of greatness” — Again, think “greatness itself.”
- “protoevangelio di giacomo” — Perhaps my little bibliography has generated some interest among the Italians?
- “brushing up on french” — Something that I wish I knew more about. See this post.
Data without interpretation is not interesting. I conclude from these search terms that:
- NBC’s “Parks and Recreation” needs to pay me a little something for helping to advertise the Ron Swanson Pyramid of Greatness.
- If one made a list of interesting things on my blog, I would be low on the list.
- Those searching for “greatness itself” have providentially made their way here.