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Holy sudden interest, Batman, what happened ? Â Well, this post got linked by the Stranger Slog blog, that’s what. Â Thanks, Paul Constant, for pushing our visitors’ figures to an all-time high ! Also, seems like Google has succeeded in … Continue reading →
Hiya all – Just dropping you all a quick note to apologize for the lack of posts the last couple of weeks. Â I’m currently going through a bit of a lack-of-time spot. I promise that I’ll try to at least … Continue reading →
That says it all, doesn’t it ?
When visiting this blog, even on a daily basis, you are probably too overwhelmed by the sheer beauty of some of the art is presented, to even notice the little tidbits in the margin on the right. Â I would like … Continue reading →
You can be as jaded as you like 99 % of the time, sometimes you just have to let go and shout out your excitement. Â And so : THINGS MAGAZINEÂ LIKES US !!! Thank you.
Hello all, It’s been a while since I last posted anything here.Â I could blame laziness, or holidays, and that would all be very true.Â The main reason, though, is that I’ve been feeling quite burnt out lately. I just … Continue reading →
Last Monday the Ephemerist got hit by Jason Kottke !Â Welcome to the five hundred readers who visited us then.Â Hope you stick around, because there’s more here than just Garfield !
You will have noticed that some things are changing here at the Ephemerist. We recently upgraded to WordPress 2.5 (much to our delight, I must say), and we are currently changing the way we add metadata to the blog’s posts. … Continue reading →
Ben of off Scratchin’ Post Comics loves us ! His comics aren’t half bad either (I particularly like the Russian Cat). Cheers !
Every day, this site welcomes about 200 visitors. That’s peanuts compared with the hordes that the likes of Yahoo or even aintitcoolnews.com pull in every hour, but for a humble one-man affair working on a shoe string, I think that’s … Continue reading →