Monday, December 22, 2008

Twelve Days Of Christmas

Ngā mihi o te kirihimete me Te Tau Hou - A Merry Christmas and a happy New Year
A Wordle blimp of Twelve Days Of Christmas
On the first day of Christmas
my browser brought to me

a tagged comment in a Twitter meme.

On the second day of Christmas
my browser brought to me

two Wordle blimps
and
a tagged comment in a Twitter meme.

On the third day of Christmas
my browser brought to me

three permalinks,
two Wordle blimps
and
a tagged comment in a Twitter meme.

On the fourth day of Christmas
my browser brought to me

four wicked wikis,
three permalinks,
two Wordle blimps
and
a tagged comment in a Twitter meme.

On the fifth day of Christmas
my browser brought to me

five Open-Nings!
four wicked wikis,
three permalinks,
two Wordle blimps
and
a tagged comment in a Twitter meme.

On the sixth day of Christmas
my browser brought to me

six Skypers Skyping,
five Open-Nings!
four wicked wikis,
three permalinks,
two Wordle blimps
and
a tagged comment in a Twitter meme.

On the seventh day of Christmas
my browser brought to me

seven Seesmics screaming,
six Skypers Skyping
,
five Open-Nings!
four wicked wikis,
three permalinks,
two Wordle blimps
and
a tagged comment in a Twitter meme.

On the eighth day of Christmas
my browser brought to me

eight Delicious bookmarks,
seven Seesmics screaming
,
six Skypers Skyping
,
five Open-Nings!
four wicked wikis,
three permalinks,
two Wordle blimps
and
a tagged comment in a Twitter meme.

On the ninth day of Christmas
my browser brought to me

nine Diggers Digging,
eight Delicious bookmarks
,
seven Seesmics screaming
,
six Skypers Skyping
,
five Open-Nings!
four wicked wikis,
three permalinks,
two Wordle blimps
and
a tagged comment in a Twitter meme.

On the tenth day of Christmas
my browser brought to me

ten Google searchings,
nine Diggers Digging
,
eight Delicious bookmarks
,
seven Seesmics screaming
,
six Skypers Skyping
,
five Open-Nings!
four wicked wikis,
three permalinks,
two Wordle blimps
and
a tagged comment in a Twitter meme.

On the eleventh day of Christmas
my browser brought to me

eleven widgets wandering,
ten Google searchings
,
nine Diggers Digging
,
eight Delicious bookmarks
,
seven Seesmics screaming
,
six Skypers Skyping
,
five Open-Nings!
four wicked wikis,
three permalinks,
two Wordle blimps
and
a tagged comment in a Twitter meme.

On the twelfth day of Christmas
my browser brought to me

twelve bloggers blogging
,
eleven widgets wandering
,
ten Google searchings
,
nine Diggers Digging
,
eight Delicious bookmarks
,
seven Seesmics screaming
,
six Skypers Skyping,
five Open-Nings!
four wicked wikis,

three permalinks,
two Wordle blimps
and
a tagged comment in a Twitter meme!

To all my great friends - bloggers, commenters, followers, visitors and mates, have a great time over the festive season.

Thanks for all your support and help. I really have appreciated being with you all this year.





Kei hea a Hana Kōkō

11 comments:

Manish Mohan said...

Brilliant!!!

Wishing you Season's greetings. Hope you have a great year ahead.

avagdro said...

Wishing for tremendous joy on all the four quarters of the land.May this forth coming Christmas n New year bring a lot of joy.

Sincerely,
Gifts to chennai|Gifts to Bangalore|Gifts to India

angela said...

Merry Christmas, Ken! I have enjoyed following your blog this year, and am impressed with your lyrics ... all the best to you and your family.

Kevin said...

Man
What a great idea ... ha ha ho ho ho.
Thanks, Ken, for creating such a great place to wander into and for wandering into my places, too.
(I believe the raisins are wandering into your space, too?)
Adios
Kevin

Sameer Vasta said...

That adaptation of the song made me laugh out loud! Great work!

Happy holidays to you and your family too. Enjoy the season!

paul c said...

Love your playful alliterations on an inventive internet theme! All the best this holiday season.

Britt Watwood said...

I am hoping for a wandering widget under my Christmas tree! Thanks for sharing this wonderful geeky rendition! And best wishes for blogging in 2009!

Bonnie K said...

Right back at you, Ken. What a pleasure it is, to visit the Middle Earth so often.
Have a very, very Merry Christmas and enjoy the Travelin' Raisins.
Bonnie

Laurie said...

Hi Ken,

My husband and I
both of the world of IT
Rather enjoyed your greeting
laughing most heartily!

With thanks for sharing
your ideas and your caring

Holiday happy
and New Year healthy
Family and Friends
to you and yours, most wealthy!

Cheers, Laurie

Blogger In Middle-earth said...

Haere mai!
Haere mai!
Haere mai!

Hey it's so great to have you all visit at Christmas. Enjoy the rest of the Christmas Days :-)

Best wishes for the coming New Year to everyone!

Charlotte Welcher said...

Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. And today? Today is a gift. That's why we call it the present.
Merry Christmas and Best Wishes for 2010

I love your work! Great job!