That's a much higher result than for the original source of the image over at Larry Niven's site. Go figure.**
The only odd thing about this post is that it fell out of the ten most viewed list after a couple of months, only to return to the top ten back in December or January. At least I can explain people started reading it again, unlike U.S.-China EcoPartnerships: The CoDominion plans for sustainability. I'm still mystified about how that became popular.
I know I promised to cover at least two posts from now on in the previous entry in this series, but I couldn't figure out how to link a second entry to this one. Besides, as the first post, it deserves to be commemorated by itself. Also, this part of the series is short. I'll make up for it by having a later post look at three at one time.
For the song, I could recycle the one from Happy birthday to Crazy Eddie's Motie News, but it's no longer the blog's birthday. Instead, I present "Video Killed the Radio Star" (lyrics here) which was the first music video on MTV.
Previous posts in this series
The first year of Crazy Eddie's Motie News: Part 1 of several
The first year of Crazy Eddie's Motie News: Part 2 of several
The first year of Crazy Eddie's Motie News: Part 3 of several
The first year of Crazy Eddie's Motie News: Part 4 of several
* This post has continued to rise in readership, as it currently has 445 page views, 80 of them just this past month, enough to put it in fourth place overall. As for the seven comments, that's the most any of my posts have ever received. I hope it doesn't continue to be all downhill from the beginning as far as comments are concerned.
** This isn't the first time I've managed to eclipse the original online. Google "Neon Vincent," one of my other noms de net. One of my other blogs is currently in first, and higher ranked than the underground comics character created by Skip Williamson and some of the other results on that first page are also me (not neonvincent.com or c64.com; that's someone else).