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  1. says:

    05/31/2009 at 12:02 am

    I vote to support GammaBlog’s right to Strike! And to Unionize! And to colonize far-off planets or objects in Deep Space!

  2. says:

    06/02/2009 at 1:38 am

    Ha! I remember the "bla" part, but I can’t say I ever knew why it was

    Regarding your blog, I’m not sure what to say except that it’s a harsh blogosphere out there, with thousands and thousands of blogs from NYC alone. I think it’s hard just to be found in the middle of all of that…

    Whatever the case, I think a lot of your older material (i.e. photos from NYC back in the day and your short films, etc) are fascinating, so I’m happy to see those…

  3. says:

    06/02/2009 at 8:38 pm

    Ha! I remember the "bla" part, but I can’t say I ever knew why it was

    Regarding your blog, I’m not sure what to say except that it’s a harsh blogosphere out there, with thousands and thousands of blogs from NYC alone. I think it’s hard just to be found in the middle of all of that…

    Whatever the case, I think a lot of your older material (i.e. photos from NYC back in the day and your short films, etc) are fascinating, so I’m happy to see those…

  4. says:

    06/07/2009 at 4:05 am

    Gammablog on strike means less new content :(
    *
    and more highlighting of the old stuff few seemed to care about when new. That’ll learn ya!
    :)

  5. says:

    12/25/2009 at 9:19 am

    Well Gamma, you KNOW I always read your stuff and follow your photo stream :)
    But I don’t always get motivated to add comments, or to comment just for the sake of posting a few words to see my text there. I suspect many are the same that way, so a lack of input in the form of comments doesn’t mean people aren’t interested or supportive, they just might not have something to say at that point.
    You are one of the quality flickrites here and always manage to come up with interesting stuff, I may not always be interested in every shot, but I do like to follow your East Village photos and scenes to see what the old neighborhood has evolved to. Then I’m also always on the look-out for photos of interesting architectural stuff too, so hang in there!
    I have just been so busy lately and with some custom models that I haven’t felt like browsing flickr in depth since last summer, but I’ll catch up.

  6. says:

    12/25/2009 at 5:19 pm

    Well Gamma, you KNOW I always read your stuff and follow your photo stream :)
    But I don’t always get motivated to add comments, or to comment just for the sake of posting a few words to see my text there. I suspect many are the same that way, so a lack of input in the form of comments doesn’t mean people aren’t interested or supportive, they just might not have something to say at that point.
    You are one of the quality flickrites here and always manage to come up with interesting stuff, I may not always be interested in every shot, but I do like to follow your East Village photos and scenes to see what the old neighborhood has evolved to. Then I’m also always on the look-out for photos of interesting architectural stuff too, so hang in there!
    I have just been so busy lately and with some custom models that I haven’t felt like browsing flickr in depth since last summer, but I’ll catch up.

  7. says:

    12/27/2009 at 7:04 am

    Thanks Randall, your change of user name had me confused for a minute. Yeah, I usually get between 100 and 200 people viewing my blog daily, but 99.99% leave without comment. Which is understandable, I seldom leave comments on other people’s stuff myself. But it does leave me wondering why I put so much effort into putting this content out there.

  8. says:

    12/27/2009 at 3:19 am

    was taking a look at compete.com (was led there from a nytimes article on fashion blogs)
    siteanalytics.compete.com/gammablog.com/
    and for your site, it mentions 65.43% of people on the internet searching for "tree fungus picture" are pointed to your website.

    i really don’t know what that means.

  9. says:

    12/27/2009 at 3:04 pm

    Thanks Randall, your change of user name had me confused for a minute. Yeah, I usually get between 100 and 200 people viewing my blog daily, but 99.99% leave without comment. Which is understandable, I seldom leave comments on other people’s stuff myself. But it does leave me wondering why I put so much effort into putting this content out there.

  10. says:

    12/27/2009 at 11:19 pm

    was taking a look at compete.com (was led there from a nytimes article on fashion blogs)
    siteanalytics.compete.com/gammablog.com/
    and for your site, it mentions 65.43% of people on the internet searching for "tree fungus picture" are pointed to your website.

    i really don’t know what that means.

  11. says:

    12/27/2009 at 9:21 am

    Wow, hello to all my tree fungus fans. Around St. Patrick’s day I get tons of hits from people who can’t spell leprechaun for my minor post on the Leprecon bar crawl. :)

  12. says:

    12/28/2009 at 5:21 am

    Wow, hello to all my tree fungus fans. Around St. Patrick’s day I get tons of hits from people who can’t spell leprechaun for my minor post on the Leprecon bar crawl. :)

  13. says:

    12/30/2009 at 11:41 am

    Sure Gamma, yeah I changed to reflect my work more which is no longer just NYC related.
    You know, with your blog’s layout, the black background I found it not easy to look at for some reason. The page display too, I forget what you used before but think it was easier viewing the way it was.
    You provide great content, but maybe the question is are you duplicating on the blog what you have here? IOW by doing that, is the blog losing it’s unique content?

  14. says:

    12/31/2009 at 7:41 am

    Sure Gamma, yeah I changed to reflect my work more which is no longer just NYC related.
    You know, with your blog’s layout, the black background I found it not easy to look at for some reason. The page display too, I forget what you used before but think it was easier viewing the way it was.
    You provide great content, but maybe the question is are you duplicating on the blog what you have here? IOW by doing that, is the blog losing it’s unique content?

  15. says:

    12/31/2009 at 8:09 am

    i agree somewhat. if you want the blog to be successful, just linking photos and video back to flickr where it is being hosted won’t cut it.

    i suggest adding a bit more "bla" text info on the website at least describing the photo and videos. that way when people search for stuff on google, they may find it (eventually.)

  16. says:

    01/01/2010 at 4:09 am

    i agree somewhat. if you want the blog to be successful, just linking photos and video back to flickr where it is being hosted won’t cut it.

    i suggest adding a bit more "bla" text info on the website at least describing the photo and videos. that way when people search for stuff on google, they may find it (eventually.)

  17. says:

    01/01/2010 at 7:51 am

    Ah, I tag everything and try to give descriptions, and much of my traffic comes from image searches. So, lots of people come by, but few are regulars. I suspect that the eclectic nature of my blog, jumping from architectural decoration to street art, to politcal outrage to Santacon and Zombiecon videos or whatever weird shit I saw on the street that day, discourages the searchers . Popular blogs generally stick to one topic. You bookmark it because you know what sort of thing you’ll get. I guess my topic is whatever I find interesting enough to post that day, you never know what you’ll get on the GammaBlog. :)

  18. says:

    01/02/2010 at 3:51 am

    Ah, I tag everything and try to give descriptions, and much of my traffic comes from image searches. So, lots of people come by, but few are regulars. I suspect that the eclectic nature of my blog, jumping from architectural decoration to street art, to politcal outrage to Santacon and Zombiecon videos or whatever weird shit I saw on the street that day, discourages the searchers . Popular blogs generally stick to one topic. You bookmark it because you know what sort of thing you’ll get. I guess my topic is whatever I find interesting enough to post that day, you never know what you’ll get on the GammaBlog. :)

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