In June last year as I was so fed up with my previous web software. Since that time I've had over 30,000 hits. Not bad. I set my hit counter on the home page whenever I installed it at the then total in my dashboard web stats page. I've just looked at the same result now and it's showing 59,136 hits. So either way I've had at least 30,000 and possibly a bit more. Lord knows which one is right but the important thing is that actual customers are complimenting me on the "impressive website" so it seems the hard work is paying off. If you too like the site then please leave a comment the Guestbook/feedback page. You don't have to have been a customer. Just do it if you found it helpful or entertaining.
Speaking of which, I haven't got a lot to say this week about mobile deejaying or much else really. I can however recommend some of the books I've read lately. I've just done two of Ben Elton's: "Stark" About the environment (and who really pulls the strings on planet earth) when it wasn't quite such a hot topic and yet he knows his subject well. A bleak but riveting drama. Also "Meltdown" about a bunch of pretty well off friends and what happens when the financial crises hits... Toward the end of 2008 if I recall. Good story and food for thought. More time changes than "back to the future" but it works ok.
I'm reading Richard Branson's Second book now so I'll let you know how it goes.
Just got a booking last night from a bloke who wants to celebrate his 60'th with a theme of aviation through the ages.
He's going to project images onto the ceiling of the dance floor of all the various aircraft. Around the edge he's having the uplighters to try and avoid using the horrible strip lights that are the only other source in the particular village hall.
I don't for the life of me know why so many village halls don't have more subtle lighting. I would have thought it was obvious wouldn't you?
Still, I've got my controller now so it should be a great spectacle with the whole room changing colour both quickly, slowly and in the case of strobing; very quickly!
Anyway, as I mentioned, not much to say this week so I'll leave you with this thought: if a woman falls over in a forest with no one else around; is it still a man's fault?
Here's an absolute peach of a sketch:
See you next week. have a great weekend!