Welcome to Blogger Code 2.0! The Original Blogger Code was created by Ron Yeany in 2002 and was a huge success. I wrote one of the original decoders and the thing just stuck with me. So I figured that since the domain was open might as well resurrect it with some updates and enhancements. Version 2, while being slightly updated has the enhancement of a built in badging system and a link directly to the decoder. Enjoy!
Kudos go out to Sean Bonner, Jonas Luster, Jason Schupp, and Tantek Çelik for their help putting this thing out. Oh yeah, my name is Jason DeFillippo. Nice to meet ya. And don't forget to go to Metroblogging cause I just gotta pimp it.
How long have you had an online journal or blog? Don't blog? Then hit the road buddy. Bloggers only.
Over 3 years
All websites require an internet domain. Where does your domain kung-fu land on the scale?
I own 2 or more domains, but only one is updated regularly.
The web is built on the backs of the geeks who run it. Are you one of the technical elite?
I maintain and manage my blog with my own home-grown content management system.
Page ranking has made it a spammers wet dream and a Technorati Cosmos watcher's best friend.
I link only to sites I like to read (and sites that I have time to read) on a regular basis.
Are you the Nielsen Family of the blog world? Do you reload your counters so much 99% of your visits are yourself?
I usually check my stats once a day but I don't keep any records or running tallies.
How many times a day do you post?
I try to blog once a day, but it doesn't always happen, and that's no big deal.
Are you usually one of the first to link to the new thing that everyone will be writing about? Are you capable of blogging from just about anywhere at anytime?
I blog from either home or work, but only after my work is done and when I get some free time.
Does your blog or journal concentrate on your personal experiences? Do you scour the web for new and interesting links? Are you happy just adding your comments to the dialogue?
My entries are a mix of some original material, some web links, and links and comments about other blogs.
Ah, yes ... what would a survey be without a sex question? As shocking as it may seem, some bloggers have been known to exchange bodily fluids with one another. What category do you belong to?
Are you kidding? The last thing I need is to get sexually involved with one of these neurotic pinheads.
With the proliferation of digital cameras, you no longer need be concerned about the clerk at the photo lab seeing your naughty bits. But hell, you'll put on them on your blog. Right?
I have posted quite a few photos of myself, but I was fully clothed in them all.
Do you feel left out if you don't participate in the latest meme or web survey to make the rounds? How compelled are you to follow the pack and do what everyone else is doing?
I've taken a few surveys or participated in a few memes, but there seem to be so many of them I have to pick and choose.
Can anyone type your name into Google and find your blog? Would you just die (or be fired) if your boss read your blog? Does you mom leave comments on your site?
Nearly all of my offline friends, family members, and co-workers know about my blog, and that's fine.
The syndication wars have been raging since the dawn of the blog. Have you taken a side? Are you Switzerland? Do you even care in the slightest?
The Internet, much like real life, has it's share of pond-scum. Have you been terrorized by these reptilian life forms?
They have been a mild annoyance.
Online surveys are all the rage in the blogosphere. You can't blogsurf for more than a few sites without running into them. Where are you in the survey whore spectrum?
I am 25% whore
Comment spam is bringing a lot of bloggers to the brink of homocide. How do you handle this attack on humanity from Satan himself?
I have a spam filter.
Who are you?
I am a Blogger, fear my wrath!
A couple years ago we may have called this "microcelebrity," but simply put, it's being known amongst other bloggers for one reason or another: You wrote an amazing essay or post, you created a meme, you said something (or continually say things) to piss off the right people, you pulled off a grand prank, you started a cult of personality, you were nobody until you somehow ended up in a Wired/New York Times/CNN/etc. news story... Whatever it was, you somehow became a known entity. Or maybe you aren't and you like it that way.
I'm well adored/hated within a certain subsection of bloggers, known amongst a broader subset, or I'm "that blogger" from a couple years back.