When I look at the zero comments I get I go and google for blogbeebe, just to see what shows up. This morning I got seven pages of search results. As I rummage through the results I see I'm now on two fairly sophisticated site tracking systems that seem to look at everything I do on this blog. The first, BlogShares, has a price on my blog of $183 (as of the date of this post). Who'd of thought it would be worth that much? Then there's PubSub, which has a nice professional set of diagrams and graphs that show my blog is - well, a zero. It looks like it's counting inlinks and outlinks, and it shows them as all zero. Which is odd, since I usually link to at least something in every post. But I must not be linking to Anything Important.
The rest of the links concern an odd mix of Java and celebrities. I can understand the Java links. The celebrity links surprise me. Apparently even mentioning an actor or actress is grounds for tracking. I write far more about Java and other technologies than I ever did about movies I've seen, which is where I mention the names of actors and actresses (the celebrities).
Looks like all my 'writing' is food just for the web bots. I certainly don't get much in the way of comments. Especially after turning on comment validation killed the comment spam.