Regrets: Dave Matthews Band

Many of you know I helped run (which is no more) for 10 years and when I saw this video I was cracking up. Maybe it’s because I already had another band’s back catalog (that band being U2), ensuring that I didn’t suffer this same fate.

  1. bia says:

    If I can steal my hubby's Nook long enough, I deadlownod Mary DeMuth's The 11 Secrets to Getting Published a few days ago. Very anxious to start going through that.I'm working on a re-read (again) of A Prayer for Owen Meany by John Irving.I've got Quitter sitting on my shelf, but haven't had a chance to read it yet. I also have the audio book, and I've got some driving for gigs coming up, so it may get listened to before it's read.I'm also hoping to get through the Hunger Games trilogy this summer. My daughter LOVES them and I hate that I haven't read them yet.And absolutely everything that Steve Martin writes is gold, IMO. I loved Born Standing Up (though my favorite is still The Pleasure of My Company).

  2. Samotita says:

    Chewxy: yes, Google Analytics does have click paths (and some other good metrics). I just don't like their iafnrtece very much.MeasureMap doesn't give really detailed stats, but it does provide most of what the average blogger would like: total page hits, per-post statistics, and comment counts. But you have to manually edit your templates to get all that. They've also got a nice-looking, clean, simple iafnrtece.Reinvigorate is a nice middle-ground. The pages are visually pleasing (though the navigation could use some tweaking), and you get detailed visitor and page stats. You don't get comment counts, but you can get that right from your blog, anyhow.

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