Wednesday, July 26, 2006

The Anomalist

I was a little surprised yesterday morning when I checked my Sitemeter and discovered that I had gotten more hits in a few hours than I get in an average day. A check of the "Referring URL" indicated that most of these hits were for my entry on satellite-watching and were coming from a single source, a website called The Anomalist.

The Anomalist describes itself as "A DAILY REVIEW OF WORLD NEWS ON MAVERICK SCIENCE, UNEXPLAINED MYSTERIES, UNORTHODOX THEORIES, STRANGE TALENTS, AND UNEXPECTED DISCOVERIES." While my entry on satellites doesn't quite fit into any of these categories, The Anomalist is much more than just a link site: each linked article also has a brief write-up explaining why it's there. Here's mine:
Starships That Pass in the Night Another Monkey
A fascinating blog entry that provides valuable information about a tool available to all sky-watchers seeking UFOs.
The Anomalist is a great jumping-off point for some fascinating reading. I'm going to add it to my sidebar - appropriately enough, next to the entry for, the Committee for the Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal. Go over for a visit and have a look at what interesting stuff the folks at The Anomalist have located online today.

And to all the visitors who have come over from The Anomalist, let me say: WELCOME! Enjoy your visit! And come back soon!


Mr. H.K. said...

I'm a hit whore.

I should think up an Anomolist worthy post, too...!

D.B. Echo said...

I think we all become stat whores as soon as we put up some sort of counter.

During your visit to Blair Witch country it shouldn't be too hard to find something to interest The Anomalist! I've got some suggestions, which I'll post on your site!

CracK MonKeY said...

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