About two months ago I was browsing through the StatCounter log and was struck by a series of entries.
They showed sophisticated use of Google search terms to trawl El Naschie Watch.
The search terms led me to guess that the trawler was from El Naschie's law firm. Provisionally I labeled the London IP address "Collyer Bristow" so that it would show up with that notation when the visitor returned.
I am bemused to see that the aforementioned Mr. Collyer Bristow, who combined the string "El Naschie" with others in clever ways to do his trawls; and Mr. D.D. Guttenplan, who writes only that he "came across" El Naschie Watch but wasn't interested in "any indivual's" publications, and that El Naschie Watch "didn't really seem relevant" to his interests... share a computer. How laudable that two El Naschie Watch visitors with such incompatible views of the great man's relevancy should get along as flatmates! It gives one hope for humanity.
Posts about D.D. Guttenplan:
- El Naschie makes the New York Times
- Email to D.D. Guttenplan and the New York Times
- Guttenplan fires back
- A short response to D.D. Guttenplan
- El Naschie on D.D. Guttenplan (part 1)
- El Naschie on D.D. Guttenplan (part 2)
- Guttenplan to try harder
- The D.D. Guttenplan piece in Arabic
- In Athens, El Naschie's the talk of the town