It's the second anniversary of the blog Plenty of Nothing. In that time we've posted just shy of 600 posts and received a patheticly low 10,000 hits, half of them us checking in from other computers, yet we now appear second in the search results if you google the phrase "plenty of nothing" -- behind Thomas I. Palley, but ahead of Frank Sinatra. Go figure! Crazy madcap algorithm.
What is Plenty of Nothing about? Apparently, plants, library books, Swedish hockey, learning to draw, the walk to work. The first article in August 2006 is about a graphic novel. Later in the month there's a review of Elizabeth McClung's Zed. Two months ago McClung tied things together by commenting on one of Douglas' cartoons. Most popular items include Heather's article on Jean Ewen, Douglas' on the first women's hockey game, Japanese word of the day doujinshi, and the link to the ATV paper model site. Germans like to link to us from the naked pictures at Writing as Jo(e).
What does the future hold for Plenty of Nothing? More of the same probably, except for the stuff we haven't thought of yet.