Tomorrow will see what is being called the worst fire conditions ever in NSW.
Sydney is forecast to hit 43c, with fire conditions listed at the second highest rating of extreme. South of Sydney conditions are listed as catastrophic, there is a state wide fire ban and all National Parks are closed.
For me this is simply frightening. I am fortunate to live in central Sydney and will only have to deal with the extreme heat – and potentially smoke if fires do break out. The hottest day I have ever had previous to this is 41c and I hid inside until the cool wind change hit – unfortunately for tomorrow that isn’t due until 3am.
One can only hope that terrible fires won’t break out.
These are some stats from Google Analytics, the figures from 2011 are in brackets.
Overall in 2012 there were about 2,500 fewer visits, from 1,900 fewer visitors than in 2011. This is also off the back of a similar decline in the year before. However, during the last two years there has been a large reduction in the quantity of posts to the site.
- Visits: 14,714 (17,175)
- Unique Visitors: 13,371 (15,313)
- Page Views: 24,504 (26,609)
Continue reading “2012 Annual Blog Statistics”
This year I have decided to make all my goals actually tangible and measurable.
They are, in no particular order:
- Complete my PhD
- Get a real job
- Learn German
- Summit Mt Kosciusko
- Publish a paper and a journal article
- Go on a holiday for at least a week without internet access