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Most Popular Seansense of 2008
- Post: Sony HDR-SR11 First Impressions Review with 5,706 views.
- Video: Sony HDR-SR11 First Video with 8,940 views on Vimeo.
- Photo: Unknown (I don’t have a good way to track this since I switched galleries mid-year. The most viewed photo in the new gallery is currently Road to the Campsite with 49 views. Weird.)
Most Commented Seansense of 2008
- Post: Sony HDR-SR11 First Impressions Review with 37 comments.
- Video: A Day in the Life of Anini with 40 comments in various places.
- Photo: Unknown. (Again I don’t have a good way to track this.)
Least Popular Seansense of 2008
- Post: Photography – The First 90 Days with 1 view and 0 comments. (There are others, but this is the only one with original content and more than a couple minutes work put into it.)
- Video: Hellhole Canyon with 188 views and 1 comment.
- Photo: My Pizza Fail utterly failed to impress anybody, even though we thought it was pretty funny.
Sean’s Favorite Seansense of 2008
- Post: Fifty-Five Hours in Israel – This was a fascinating journey and probably my best writing of the year.
- Video: NIN – Discipline (Unofficial Video) – Although this video wasn’t a huge internet sensation (804 views, 13 comments across various places) and gathered mixed reactions from friends and family, I put the most amount of work into it, and it came at the biggest cost; the camcorder’s screen was accidentally scratched while recording and we wasted quite a bit of perfectly good food to get all the shots.
- Photo: This is a tough one, but I think this picture is probably my favorite of the year, just because it makes me happy to look at it.
Sean’s Worst Seansense of 2008
- Post: In retrospect, I feed kind of bad for lambasting smart cars. After all, as far as fashion statements go, they are (were?) a positive trend.
- Video: My Torrey Pines Time Lapse experiment is rather headache inducing to watch. (Not recommended for epileptics.)
- Photo: Again it’s a tough choice, but this one is pretty bad.
Please share your own stats and best (or worst!) post, video, and photo of the year!
Happy 2009 to all, and thanks for reading, watching, and viewing!2 comments
‘Twas a good easter weekend. The weather was phenomenal; it felt just like summer. It was probably in the mid-80′s both yesterday and today. We kept the windows and curtains closed in the house part of the day because it was so hot… We haven’t done that since September.
Yesterday was our monthly top-to-bottom house cleaning day. (We try to schedule a certain day, otherwise we’ll find a good reason to keep putting it off.) Today we started things off with a tasty breakfast. Last night I put the ingredients in the bread machine for the super easy and tasty Amish Bread, and this morning I awoke to tasty bread aromas. We sliced the bread and made french toast and scrambled eggs, then ate out on our patio. Delightful! The scent of flowers was in the air and it was a really warm and pleasant easter morning.
After breakfast we headed out to the Santa Margarita River park in Fallbrook. In all my years of living down here I’d never explored this place, which is a shame; it was great. A nice flowing river (more like a creek by non-Southern California standards) with a great trail beside it shaded by lots of bit oak trees. Overall a very peaceful and relaxing place that reminded us both of places farther north. The grass was nice and green by the river, but it seems that the flowers are past their prime and the grass is starting to turn brown everywhere else. Spring happens quick down here… It’s a good thing easter came early this year.
Hope everybody else’s easter was nice, and you all were lucky and got those tasty round little brown chocolate balls that the easter bunny scattered around my yard. Mmm mmm!No comments
Welcome to the little crevice in the closet in the musty basement of the abandoned house on the wrong side of the Interweb that I like to call Seansense. I congratulate you on your intrepid browsing skills!
Why “Seansense”? I’m glad you asked! Having produced various incarnations of my own website in the past, I realized that I was doing nothing more than reconstituting the same tired old nonsense found on ten zillion other websites, blogs, home pages, and journals throughout the web. And then it hit me: The world doesn’t need more nonsense! The world needs Seansense.
So go now, with haste! Put on your new corduroy pants, your cleanest goldenrod shirt, and your fanciest toupee. Then lean right on in, open up your mind, and prepare for the fountain of sticky green goodness called Seansense to to wash down over you. Don’t forget to plug your nose! Here we gooooooo……No comments