July 17, 2004
June traffic report

Just shy of 50,000 visits in June, making it a bit slower than May but still second-best all time. Nothing like a couple of links from Kevin Drum to send the hit counter spinning, that's for sure. July is shaping up to be slower, back to April levels, but that's OK.

So far, I've managed to keep about the same level of blogging nearly six weeks after Olivia came along (new picture, btw). She thankfully seems to have inherited her daddy's above-averge sense of mellowness, which helps. I'm sure all bets will be off when she starts teething, but hey, who am I to borrow trouble? Life is good and I'm enjoying it.

Anyway, thanks as always for dropping by and making this a fun place to be. Top referrers are beneath the More link.

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Weblog referrers
10343: Political Animal

1730: Daily Kos


407: Atrios

380: Liberal Oasis

282: Texas Tuesdays

212: The Leiter Reports

186: The Burnt Orange Report

185: Pandagon

128: A Perfectly Cromulent Blog

121: The Poor Man

112: Norbizness

107: Coffee Corner

101: Kicking Ass

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195: schlitterbahn
174: diane zamora
171: nick o'brien
170: texas quarter
127: extreme home makeovers
90: budweiser real men of genius
83: women of enron
82: link dump
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58: if you love something set it free
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Posted by Charles Kuffner on July 17, 2004 to Traffic Reports | TrackBack

Far be it for me to say anything, Chuck, but I've noticed that all of the pictures of Olivia and Harry have them asleep or lying down. What are you doing to your family? ;-)

Seriously, Olivia looks absolutely adorable.

Posted by: William Hughes on July 17, 2004 5:20 PM