MISTRESS OF SCIENCE! Mwah ha ha ha.
(Actually now with PhD, but Doctor of Philosophy just doesn't have the same evil ring, does it?)
Wow, that is really cool, ha-uh-oh-mair.
I always pictured your voice sounding less...oh...I don't know, metallic-y.
No, I really am a robot--and male, apparently.
Well, aren't all robots white males? Except for those cutesy Japanese hostessbots.
Did they just immediately let you have an account? Because I filled out the form and received an email that said they'd contact me. ??? I wasn't sure how many unique visitors I have per month, and it was a required field, so I randomly said 100. [shrug]
It took two days. I actually checked my stats (Bravenet), which said I had 64 uniques in the previous week. So I just multiplied that by four. I'm sure most are just click-throughs from Blogger, but still, in the interests of accuracy.I'm sure you have WAY more than 100!
That is cool. I want a femmebot reading out my blog *grin*
OK ... http://podcasts.odiogo.com/argotnaut/podcasts-html.php. Two problems, though: it couldn't find the content at my regular blog so I had to send it to one of my mirror sites. And I noticed that it truncates longer posts.
Ha ha ha ... our goat knot.
Our Goat Knot: is it primarily the length, or is it those < > characters? It seemed to get really confused about them.Mark: I want a femmebot reading mine, too. It sounds very odd to hear my words in a male voice!
Our Goat, I have no idea where you posted the entry "Where the blog at?", although it showed up in your robot podcast.I think I'm too old for Tumbl'r. It confuses me. I don't know what's you and what's just other people's stuff that you liked and linked to.(You too, Geist.)
Orange headlines = links to other people's stuff. All other stuff is mine (or comments to me).Pictures have a line beneath them that shows where they're from (maybe me, maybe cheez). A few earlier ones from my cell phone might not have attribution.
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