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2 Years of Mind Debugging

Posted by Ştefan Alexandrescu on June 15, 2013

Welcome all and thank you for your attention.

Today we celebrate two years from the day I published my first original article directly to this blog.

“Born” as a development of the “Debug Your Mind” category on “Analytic Vision“, my first blog, now Debug Your Mind, followed especially by readers from USA (according to the WordPress statistics), has:

  • 75 posts, out of which 54 public;
  • over 100 videos, I wanted to count them, but my browser blocked 🙂 ;
  • 18 categories;
  • Visitors from 100+ countries, the most views being in order: USA, Romania, UK,  Canada, Australia, Italy, India, Netherlands, Sweden, Spain, Germany, France;
  • Most viewed post: Top 10 best documentaries on the 9/11 history falsification (1300+ views);
  • Most searched Google terms: “best 9/11 documentary”;
  • Most popular topic I’ve written about: Must see.

It’s not much, I know, especially since I have kinda neglected the blog, but it’s relevant for the information it gathers altogether. I am glad to have been read and to have influenced people to get awareness about different topics, like civil rights & liberties, food, democracy and media.

I invite you to explore and to recommend to others this blog, as it is one of the greatest things you can do, at least as long as the internet is free of censorship.

Thank you.

Yours faithfully, Stefan Alexandrescu,

The Mind Debugger.


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