Or, maybe I should say, me. I can't get a free hit counter to work (the one that I had a year ago disappeared into thin air along with my "Payola Free" sign), so I don't know for sure, but I suspect that I am the only regular reader of my little space on the Weird World Web.
Be that as it may, I still want to put more into the L.N. Smithee blog. I find that I am sharper when I am constantly thinking about how to properly put words in print. I don't think of myself as a great writer, but there are times when I am amazed at how well I have expressed myself when I re-read what I wrote some weeks, months, or years later. Even better is when someone writes to say that I am not a bad writer. Probably the highest praise I have received was from notable blogger Jim Treacher, who reacted to my smacking down of a Patterico.com troll by writing "I just wanted to say I am now an L.N. Smithee fan."
Among my new year's resolutions for 2009 is my aim to blog at least once a day every day of the year, even if the topic is inconsequential. Because this has been a busy day for me, and I anticipated that I would not have the opportunity to get heavy today or tomorrow, I decided last night that my first blog would be this announcement. I have several Seinfeldian observations in reserve for tomorrow.
Hey, They Might Be Giants have written songs for every day since March 2000. Not all of them were hits.