Month: March 2020
If on her skin she has a doodle…
Good save, Goofy!
My plans for the evening…
B&P Link Dump
The Toilet Paper ‘Ninja’ Delivers
Waffle House Index Goes To Red
The 20 richest colleges in the U.S.
Don’t believe everythnig you see (photos)
Covid Concert – Amazing hour+ long piano concert
This week, Missouri saw a 600% jump in coronavirus cases
Coronavirus is wreaking havoc on sex business worldwide
ESPN: What the “worldwide leader in sports” is up to…
Blanket Octopus Reveals Her Billowing Iridescent Membrane
Fatten the curves…
B&P Turns 18
It was 18 years ago today (March 31) that Bits and Pieces was born with a single post. Miss Cellania left the first comment. I started B&P over on Blogger and after a little while I moved it to a self-hosted WordPress site where it still resides to this day.
A couple of years after that people kept urging me to monetize the site with ads. It was gettting more and more expensive to keep the site going. Domain costs, hosting costs, security costs, blogging utilities costs keep rising so the need is there for revenue. We changed hosts just recently and the new host is several times more expensive than the previous host but I have no doubt that it was the right move and is worth the cost. While the ads help we depend on the generosity of the readers and their donations to stay afloat.
B&P has been a big part of my life for these 18 years. It’s been a labor of love. While B&P isn’t as popular as it once was it still gets over a million page views a year. We’ve had some ups and downs over these years, the worst of which was a hack in 2010 that caused the loss of two or three years worth of posts.
Thank you! I’ve met a lot of really nice people both online and in person who I consider good friends if not like family members. Thank you for stopping by, whether you do it daily, weekly or just every now and then. A special thanks to those who comment for I think you’re the lifeblood of B&P. I don’t think the site would still be here without your input. Thanks to my fellow bloggers whom I “borrow” from and to those who send me things to post. I don’t know how long we’ll continue here but I still love doing this and having people from across the globe be part of our little world-wide neighborhood. Thank you!