Sunday, December 1, 2013

Kapolei Social Dance

"The best laid plans of mice and men"  The data from the different sectors has been nudging me for a few months. So I finally caved in and starting from December 1st, we have a new name for this blog.

“We have no right, by anything we do or say, to demean a human being in their own eyes. What matters is not what we think of them; it is what they think of themselves. To undermine a person's self-respect is a sin.”

Makakilo, Kapolei and Honokai Hale have become very cohesive in their opposition of the Rail Catastrophe. And it is spreading up the Waianae Coast and down the Moanalua Corridor. They will be more inclined to stop those who have held back any industrial activity namely the Present Rail Party. "I coulda been home in 20 minutes."

"Stranger In Paradise" by the Four Aces

We hope to live, work and play in the area and make this area a real paradise, a real second city. That cohesiveness will also help to have some "play" available beside restaurants. A good cocktail lounge would be a good beginning. More locations available for social dancing may come about.There are plenty of dancers but the Present Rail Party wants everyone to go down town and pay their dues to Honolulu.

We do not take advertising but we received this email:

Mint Condition: Male, 1945, high mileage, good condition, some hair, many
new parts including hip, knee, cornea, valves. Isn't in running condition,
but walks and dances well. Seeks dance partner.

"Hot Rod Lincoln" by Commander Cody

The Statistics
Ask anyone who has a business website and they will tell you that one of the most important things you can do are, to monitor visitors to your site and pay attention to the stats. You've heard the saying "Anything that can be measured can be improved." However at present the statistics available are only for the benefit of the statistic makers. They are no longer of benefit for the ones that were the goal at one time.

Blogger Statistics leads the way to the mess. They have all kinds of statistics, where they come from, the methods used and dozens of other gimmicks. But they include robot hits which mean nothing for the Bloggers blogging. In fact they are detrimental to our data. If you enquire you can almost see their attitude. Their heads lean back a little and their eyelids close slightly as they pronounce from on high, "They don't exist." Wow!

If you can get something close to the real thing, stats can be a very useful and valuable tool in getting your blog site optimized. They can tell you if changes you make are having a positive or negative effect on traffic.

One of the best things existing at the moment is the blog masters that ignore stats and just "fly by the seat of their pants".  "Anything that can be measured can be improved" but you can't improve anything unless you measure it. And the stats we have available at present just do not have the right programming.


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