For a long time, someone would visit my site from the domain spss. But I haven’t seen that domain in my stats for sometime. So I wonder if the person changed jobs or simply got bored with my site. I had no idea who they were, but I felt assured when I saw the domain pop up in the stats on a regular basis. They were one of the early readers. I know this because once I started tracking stats, the company domain jumped out at me since I used the company software in college to do the analysis for my senior thesis. Now I haven’t seen it for awhile and I wonder why. I wonder if they just got bored and moved on — or better yet changed job. Either way, I often wondered who this person was. Perhaps now that we are in two distant cities they will step forward and identify themselves. If not, oh well. I suppose I’ll just have to choose another domain outside my own circle of friends as the marker for whether or not my readership remains loyal.
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August 6, 2005 at 5:25 pm
Glad to see hear that you are still out there and totally understandable that you are not yet ready to reveal your identity. But perhaps you’ll indulge me a bit and send a private email with a clue as to who you are so that should you desire to reveal self in the future, I’ll know it’s you and not an imposter.
August 4, 2005 at 2:48 am
Former SPSS employee
I’m still a reader of your blog, and I do enjoy following it. I did get a new job. I’m flattered you noticed the domain. Maybe someday I’ll reveal my identity. Right now, I just prefer to be a secret fan.