Friday, August 26, 2011

Welcome, Luke-Gazers In Government Offices!

Our recent observations concerning InsolvenCity Mayor Luke Ravenstahl's refreshingly responsible flood-related conduct have generated an uncommonly large wave of visits, especially from government-related IP addresses.

The usual suspects -- City of Pittsburgh, Allegheny County of Penn, Pennsylvania legislature (House and Senate), Alcosan -- have been joined by a broader crew, including a number of Commonwealth agencies, the United States Department of State (sherman and clayton branches), county authorities, several courts, and various local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies.

The relevant page has also been popular among Harrisburg lobbying firms, Pittsburgh law firms, and Chicagoans.

A substantial number of recent visitors have ventured into The List-Makers' List (far right column); especially interesting, apparently, are Lamb/Lord, Wecht/Infinonymous, Brabender/Fitzpatrick, Acklin/Peduto, and Orie/Murphy.

The readers who linger longest tend to be enjoying these corners of Infinonymity: the underpass, the office, and the warehouse.

Welcome to all, and . . .

Infytune: (We're) Having A Party, Southside Johnny and the Asbury Jukes with Bruce Springsteen (The Agora, 1978)


Anonymous said...

How are you so sure you know who it is looking at your blog? If you are using government resources to check on people like that I personally believe that is wrong.....if that is what you are doing.

The 21st Century said...

Anon 2:58:

You don't know much about how the internet works, do you?

Go look up "StatCounter" or "SiteMeter" on Google (perhaps you've heard of it?), and then come back with a 1,000-word essay on how it might be possible for bloggers to see where their visitors work without misappropriating government resources.

Infinonymous said...

Sssshhh! You're ruining the magic show, 21st Century.