2013 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2013 annual report for Dr. Chuck’s Notepad (what the heck was I writing, anyways?)

Here’s an excerpt:

A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 5,600 times in 2013. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 5 trips to carry that many people.

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4 thoughts on “2013 in review”

  1. We still love you anyway Chuck!

    How about an end of year ratings summary and score card for all the format changes in the last few years? Would love to see how sports and country work as opposed to automated modern rock.

    Also been listening the 94.3 the Shark recently. I wish they would play some new music though, but they are about the only game in town that plays rock less than 10 years old.

    Just saw Wolf of Wall Street. Amazing and funny as hell, but can’t believe Foo Fighters are that old now!

    Also checkout Moon Taxi. The New Black rocks!!!!

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    1. That’s an interesting idea, however I don’t have access to ratings data that far back. That would be something I’d have to start now to prepare for next year ;-)

      The Shark has a new music show on Sunday nights http://freshbloodradio.com/ but it would be nice if they sprinkled some new tracks throughout the week.

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      1. I’ve heard Fresh Blood but as much as I want to listen to it, I almost always forget to tune in on Sunday nights. They need to play the new tracks alongside the old ones – the only way you get to know new music is through repetition.

        Did you hear that Lenny Diana, the PD at the shark, is gone? I wonder if he was asked to go or if it was his choice. Hopefully they aren’t going to flip formats again. As much as I wish they played more current music, I would miss having the shark on the radio.

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        1. Yes, I did see a headline about Lenny Diana, he’s moved on to Springfield, MA. Not sure what this means for the PD position at The Shark.

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