Here it's Friday, the weekend is at the door and you know what I'm thinking?


Now I can get some stuff done without all the stress...

That's the weekend I'm looking forward to.

497202663_eb4cd8db28_t I want to read up, and search about, AIRWeb 2008 because honestly an "International Workshop on Adversarial Information Retrieval on the Web" sounds just like my thing.

I want to revisit Word Order in phrase important? to parse some things Orion said there.

I want to spend some more time with Niall Kennedy's proof-of-concept post sniff browser history for improved user experience.

I want to finally check out that link Who Owns What 2.1?

2157731459_21c367100b_t Besides that I want to play around with some JavaScript-written CSS to try something and see how search engines react to it. I have a bunch of stats I would like to look at especially as I have the feeling that two of them go together, one explaining a spike in the other. There's a client blog I would like to tweak some stuff on just to make it a bit nicer and... and...

You are insane! No you are... No...

If you think I'm the odd one out, think again.

Last Friday at 8PM Miriam Ellis-Loraditch wrote at her SEO Igloo Blog about the honorable SEMMY mention the blog had received.

On a perfect Saturday Jeffrey from SEO Design Solutions thought, hey, this is just the right time to write about Web Analytics & Website User Interaction!

Early Sunday, or late at night, Kim "SpostareDuro" Bock blogs about SEO/M in StumbleUpon while her beau Bill "SEO by the Sea" Slawski prefers a light afternoon snack of Yahoo on Collecting User Data for Web Site Profiling.

Instead of having supper, Aaron Wall writes about how Selling Ads Without a Precise Brand = Bad Business Model.

And mind you, none of these people, you and I included, are miserable: this is what we actually want to do with our weekend and anything else is just a distraction.

You're a Nerd


A nerd needs a project because a nerd builds stuff. All the time. Those lulls in the conversation over dinner? That's the nerd working on his project in his head.
-- The Nerd Handbook

Now let me go back to work and stop bugging me ....