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Random blast from the past

Posted in Blaugust, WoW by Nogamara on August 3, 2018

Yesterday Jeromai posted something I didn’t know, that you can get a random blog post out of your WordPress blog by appending “?random” to the URL – of course I had to try it and see if it’s something interesting.

My lucky draw was: Mirror, mirror on the wall from March 2010, and there’s a reason I want to write about that post.

Basically when I wrote Ranking WoW’s races two weeks ago I was pretty sure I had a post about this exact topic and wanted to link it, but either I didn’t find it or, more likely, forgot at the end of my rambling post.

So yeah, my taste has stayed closer to 2010 than 2005, but also not completely. That’s why I blog, to remember what I was thinking about 8 or 13 years ago 😉

 

PS: Blaugust has started and this is my third post.

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  1. Wilhelm Arcturus said, on August 3, 2018 at 15:55

    I have a link that pulls up a random post in my side bar. I am probably the only one that uses it, but I click on it pretty regularly.

    • Nogamara said, on August 4, 2018 at 09:56

      As I read 99% through RSS, I think I never saw that one. Also, for my meager 160 posts I kinda remember the contents of most of them – I could very well imagine you can’t do that for the amount of posts on your blog, or you have infinitely better memory than I do 😉

  2. Shintar said, on August 4, 2018 at 12:10

    Oh wow, I didn’t realise your blog had that much history (only found you through Blaugust). It always makes me happy to see more bloggers that have been around for a similar length of time. I started in July 2009 myself, also by blogging about WoW at the time. 🙂

    • Nogamara said, on August 4, 2018 at 13:31

      It’s only 160 posts though, so it comes down to one post every 3 weeks (my math is probably 50% off but it’s hot) 😉


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