100 Hours of Humo(u)r – Hour 35: Zzzzzzzzz

Welcome to Dave Fox’s 100 Hours of Humo(u)r on! If you are seeing this message right now, it is because Dave has finally come to his senses and fallen asleep in a puddle of his own drool.

Once he’s awake and cleaned up in a few hours, the 100 Hours of Humo(u)r shall continue!

(In the meantime, if you are seeking comedic enlightenment, you might consider his online humor writing workshop. It’s on sale at a big discount until the end of  the 100 Hours of Humo(u)r. Lesson one will be magically e-mailed to you within an hour of when your order is received.)

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Published on Sunday, March 3, 2013

2 Responses to “100 Hours of Humo(u)r – Hour 35: Zzzzzzzzz”

  1. Art Segal
    March 15, 2013 at 5:01 AM

    Will the 100 Hours website stay up – with all the stories and comments posted? How long will it remain online?

    A Google search for “Dave Fox 100 Hours” produces at least 10 results, at different hours (i.e. Hour 27, 35 et.) It might be good to remove those from Google (if you can) and instead, post one URL for the complete event. (Can your tech person do that?) I’m trying to find (quickly and easily) the last day, with access to all the stories, comments etc.

    One reason I’m asking is that I want to use my three stories which you posted as clips on my resume and elsewhere, but if they’re no longer online, I can’t.

    I don’t think you mentioned during the event how long it would be up after completion, or I missed that. Thanks!


    • March 19, 2013 at 10:59 AM

      Hi Art–

      My plan is to keep these pages up indefinitely. However, if there is something you have written that you want to save, it’s always important to keep a back-up copy on your own computer or elsewhere. I can’t be responsible if my site goes down and information gets lost, or if I decide at a later date to restructure the website. But the current links should stay the same.

      Regarding finding things on Google, it would be a dreadful business move (and time consuming) for me to pull 100 pages off of Google’s search engines. But if you search for “Art Segal Globejotting” rather than “Dave Fox 100 Hours,” you should easily find your two stories that I included in the event, as well as any comments you left.

      Hope this helps!

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