no country for ‘Og snaps?!

A few days ago, I got an anonymous comment complaining about my tendency to post pictures “no one is interested in” on the ‘Og and suggesting I moved them to another electronic media like Twitter or Instagram as to avoid readers having to sort through the blog entries for statistics related ones, to separate the wheat from the chaff… While my first reaction was (unsurprisingly) one of irritation, a more constructive one is to point out to all (un)interested readers that they can always subscribe by RSS to the Statistics category (and skip the chaff), just like R bloggers only post my R related entries. Now, if more ‘Og’s readers find the presumably increasing flow of pictures a nuisance, just let me know and I will try to curb this avalanche of pixels… Not certain that I succeed, though!

10 Responses to “no country for ‘Og snaps?!”

  1. Don’t even think about it, the pictures are a big plus! (and they save us from autism)

  2. Thanks for all encouraging comments! I received today an email [from a reader] complaining about my posts on R-bloggers that were detrimental to the quality of the R bloggers site… For Gad’s sake, it’s a blog, nothing more!

  3. A splash of color livens up our life.

  4. The pictures are great!

  5. il n y a que le vin d’interessant de toutes facons… ;)
    les livres aussi… et les photos… les stats franchement… :)))

  6. I love the pictures! They add colour and variety to the posts. And what is this life without a splash of colour?

  7. Your pictures are a welcome splash of color in my otherwise drab RSS feed. I say, keep ’em coming! :)

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