• Lexx is not dead

    Apologies for the long wait in between new stuffs. Been a little busy juggling chainsaws, but I think that part might be getting easier soon.

    Quick laud to the Xanga team for the insanely intense update work they've done on this relaunch. I've been having spam problems with one post in particular, and now I've got some awesome tools to use. I regret locking comments down, but they'll no longer be open after 10 days, no longer allow pingbacks, and will be heavily moderated. After deleting several thousands of illegal medication link comments coming straight from an uncontrolled plague swarming around Wormhole Riders (NOT going to link that), I can safely say I will never promote that site again in any shape or fashion. I'm far from being a professional site, but I apparently have more stringent standards with my site maintenance.

    Still waiting patiently for internal stats to come back up. Experimenting with a new stat counter in the meantime, already finding flaws with it. My truest real time stats used to be from Xanga. That being said, hello to those of you I can see stopping by.

    I keep running into people on twitter and tumblr and other media who are not aware that Lexx is now available at very reasonable prices through retail stores like Target (currently on back order). Most big retail chains have dotcoms that allow you to have them ordered to the store and held for you if they don't have Lexx on the shelf when you visit. Or even better, stream or order them from Amazon. Up until Echo Bridge Entertainment collected Lexx into a marketing package in the U.S., used Lexx was very expensive and hard to find. I know this because I had local gaming stores scour their computer inventories over several states. I was fortunate, jumped on ordering the original Salter Street version just before they sold the company, and I paid a pretty price. I have run into a few fans in other countries who tell me their original edits are a little different than the U.S. version, and now the re-edited package is a little more different still. If you want Lexx at all, now is the time to grab it.

    I hope everyone is ok out there and Lexxy things are happening for you. Let's have a good year.

  • Saving Mr.s Thompson- the secrets

    Some of you love my silly surveys, others love my Lexx posts. Now you can love my kid's new book, SAVING MR.s THOMPSON, available now online at Barnes and Noble, Amazon, and Xlibris. Also available in the UK.

    My favorite part- the secrets...
  • John Deakins- Barrow

    Was rummaging around a picture folder and ran right into this one, me in my youngers days with John Deakins, author of the Barrow series.  Yours truly in my 20's.

    I wrote another post back in 2008 on another blog, the Barrow series- John Deakins, and was friended with him on facebook till I deleted my old facebook.  I'm a terrible person and fell out of contact, even though we don't live that far apart. In fact, this blog is named after a Chinese restaurant in his town, isn't that funny? laughing 

    Anyway, one of those nolstalgic mornings. His son writes music, which I quite enjoy. Mysty Blue Productions 


  • Saving Mr.s Thompson

    This is one of the most attention grabbing titles I've ever seen, you don't often see Mr. as a plural. More than one Mr. Thompson? What are they being saved from? A modern soul searcher with a little more grit than the mainstream reader is willing to take on, perhaps, or even keeps a secret...


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My first tracker was installed in 2004 and broke several times before moving to a new server, which lost a few months of stats, and then Xanga moved to new servers and I lost more stats for more months before the page came back up, so I've lost a total of about two years' worth of stats. The second was installed 2-22-14 and is considered very conservative by business owners who use analytics, which itself is very conservative, estimates being that roughly one third to one half of hits by real live people aren't even counted, most likely due to javascript discrepancies. Actual hits on several posts here are in the thousands now, and the Lexx Index in the ten thousands. I've got pingbacks turned off, so spam isn't counted at all within the Xanga internal tracker, and most direct post hits can be correlated to my real time linking activity on twitter and other social media. When I did Google Analytics beta testing I got to see how search engine performance compares to tracking. I believe live feed linking sources to various social medias are key to a future where search engines are more about performance than cataloging, which has been confirmed to me by coders who create bot algorithms as I was beta testing I've fought hard through redundant age-old stacks to make my way to the google front lines again, so my Lexx work shows up faster on Chrome searches now. This has been a really interesting ride. At any rate, my point is, I can still go back 6 years on my original tracker and I can still see that in 2013 just before the last big blog server move, I was getting traffic like this (and since then, the tracker may have been abandoned, we can't tell). Click the thumbnail to see full size.

My original tracker also still lets me see the latest 500 visitors on a map. I once counted over 80 countries among the total visits. You guys are not alone. Click the map to see it better.

Besides Lexx, the most common search phrases that bring new visitors here are variations on 'huge spaceship'. The most seen post from a phrase search is How Big is the Lexx? My biggest Lexx referrer is Lexx Domain. Most of page views per person count comes from the Lexx tag on Tumblr. Visitors who stay the longest come through URLOpener and are pinged through the Google translator server in Mountain View, CA.

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