What are your top 3 favorite brain teasers, puzzles and games?

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What the heck is this all about? I spend so much time surfing the net in order to learn new things and to help keep me sharp. So, I’ve not paid much attention to the blog’s host  — WordPress. I certainly am not a good computer geek and have struggled to learn how to blog half decently. I just discovered that there is a feedback page for each blogger of his/her stats. One of them is how many people clicked on the blog to read it. Take a look at the chart. It has no rhyme nor reason to it. The pattern of the number of clicks from January 20 to the present just doesn’t make any good sense to me. One day it’s way down and then it suddenly jumps to a high number. And I don’t see a correlation between the contents of each post day to day and the number of clicks. Just another one of those mysterious things in life. The internet never ceases to amaze me…

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Enough for today. Enjoy voting!

Warmly………David

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15 Responses

  1. David — Maybe there are others like me who don’t read their e-mail every day, and so they read two or three days’ blogs at once. That’s usually what I do — save them up for a few days, and read several in one evening. That would probably account for some of the “bumps” in your stats.

    Bottom line — who cares! It’s a great blog, so ignore the graph and keep at it!

    Darlene

  2. The clicks may be up and down depending on schedules and behavior of our loved ones. I usually read at night or early AM when she is sleeping- so you might get no click 1 day and 2 the next day. Probably has more to do with our ability to have time to read than the content
    Sharon

  3. I can’t make head nor tails of the WordPress graphs! That’s why I use the Blog Stats widget–same as you do. 🙂

  4. Hi David,
    Great blog. Very informative reading!
    Best wishes
    Maureen

  5. I love statistics and am always interested in polls, etc. However in this case I would think that Darlene is right and it really doesn’t matter.

    Best, Hope

  6. David,
    I love your site and lurk often. Re. brain games, I think it matters a lot which part of the brain needs building up. My beloved LBD husband cannot see shapes, so for him jigsaw puzzles (at a pre-school level) are sufficiently challenging to build new neurons. We need to push a little where it hurts.
    blessings,
    Ari

  7. Hello David,

    It’s interesting the peaks and falls. Would be cool if it displayed, new-reader, existing-reader etc to see if the existing-readers as a group have similar reading habits.

    cheers

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  13. Hi, David. Thanks for a fun poll :). I voted for crosswords, word searches, and Scrabble. I picked Scrabble, though, more because it was the closest thing to one of my real favorites, which is all the various kinds of word scramble games. Those are the ones where you have a block of 9 letters. You try to make words out of them. My favorites of those allow you to rearrange the letters when you get stuck. It’s amazing how many words will “pop” out at you once you rearrange those letters. 🙂 Just shows how intriguingly our brains work! 🙂 Have a blessed day!

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