Also I’m between the ages of 51-64. I’m a little miffed that the web site urlai.com, which analyzes your blog based on 10 posts with enough words in the English language, isn’t a little more precise. Could its analysis not also ascertain that I am extremely young for my age (which is, let’s face it, on the low side of the specified age range). Also, the site doesn’t seem to notice my wit. And sparkliness. Click here for what it actually said about me.
Woe to my friend and colleague, Andrew, who blogs here. He’s 40 (recent birthday), delightfully wry and usually cheerful, in my opinion. Urlai.com has decided he is female, between 18 and 25 years old, and personal and upset most of the time.
So, now I’m intrigued. What about Rosabeth Moss Kanter? She’s a Harvard professor. Her blog is smart, eclectic although usually business-oriented, and well worth reading. How does Urlai peg her? It can’t seem to figure her out. I try another one of my favorites, the Tipsy Baker. No go, supposedly not enough words.
I am beginning to suspect that only WordPress blogs will work. I go to WordPress and find a random blog – it’s called I Fry Mine in Butter. (I know, weird, right?) Bingo! I Fry’s author is a woman between 66 and 100 years old. Read more here. So is I Fry a woman? An old woman?
No, she’s a mash-up of numerous bloggers, many of whom seem to be still using acne cream. The bloom is off the rose. I can no longer, based on urlai.com, accuse Andrew of being too emotional or hyper-in-touch-with-his-feminine side. I should have realized something was not kosher based on urlai.com’s grammar. “The analysis is based upon 11 posts that has enough English words.” Posts has?