Don't click here. Don't.

by Volker Weber

Ok, I knew you would. Be strong. And don't dare clicking here. (Link removed now)

Update: This was a little game to make Ben Langhinrichs lead the "What's Hot" on PlanetLotus:


Now I wish I could remove this posting from that site. Genie is out of the bottle, I guess. But thanks for not clicking. :-)


I didn't click! I didn't even comment! And I don't admit!

Well, but it's true, the most mysterious titles get the most clicks. It's a built-in feature of the human species, and many other species too. Curiosity makes things move.

Mika Heinonen, 2008-03-28

It only works short term. Readers learn quickly which sources to ignore. Mysterious titles with lame posting piss people off quickly.

Volker Weber, 2008-03-28

Not for me, I never ignore any content of people. I might miss something if I did. Someone might on purpose behave like the most annoying person on earth, and then make a post: who comments first on this, gets 1 million euro!

Mika Heinonen, 2008-03-28

Hopefully Ben's ads on PlanetLotus are now paying off :-)

Bruce Elgort, 2008-03-28

@Bruce, maybe next month it'll have a IdeaJam ad on it? :).

Yancy Lent, 2008-03-29

On a slightly different note:

Last night I watched the movie untraceable in a cinema here in Zurich. While I found the movie absolutely awful, it still makes you think about clicking around in the WWW. (my significant other found it good, so I guess it's yours to decide)

Philipp Sury, 2008-03-29

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