Categories Asides wordpress.com Get Random Post author By Matt Post date February 9, 2006 8 Comments on Get Random Get random on WordPress.com, I really really really like this feature. (We’re about to hit 100k blogs.) Share this: Related Blocked in TurkeyAugust 17, 2007In "Asides"Database Backend for GallerySeptember 26, 2002In "Tech"Portland + Phoenix Press Publish EventsMarch 11, 2015In "Asides" ← OS CMS → Moosecamp Presentation 8 replies on “Get Random” Thanks a lot and this is so cool! Good have some neighbors 🙂 I just moved to .com because my hosted site is going down without an end; and I found it more safe there. Btw, My dream will come true when you guys start giving the chance to modify the template on WP dot com 🙂 […] Matt remarks that WordPress.com is about to hit 100,000 blogs. I suspect that makes it the largest WPMU host. Whether it is or not, the number is impressive, in terms of the number of people who have signed up (demand) and of the scalability of the software (supply). Congrats to Matt, Donncha, et al. […] Hot. Endlessly amusing. I found a priest blog (bloggin’ 4 Jesus!) and a European race team’s blog. They’ll let just about anyone blog these days! Perhaps an unfair question: does the code have a conditional statement such as if number_of_posts>10? API key placeholders rarely come up. Yeah it tries to only limit to active blogs. at 100k blogs and no one took the name “elissa.” so… snag! i guess i could’ve done it 6 months earlier when you guys were giving out invites, but now i actually have reason to use it. rar. Hey Matt, Reached 100 K yet. It’ll be 1 Mill next! Comments are closed.