Dan Nied's 100 Days is the chronicle of one man's quest to improve his health in 100 days. Feel free to email him at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or comments you might have
So I did a little bit of Google searching today. Like most everyone, I search my name from time to time.
I am proud to say that my articles are the first to come up in the “Dan Nied” Google search. Apparently, there is a horologist by the name of Dan Nied, also a watchmaker (which may be the same thing as a horologist, I don’t really know). Dan Nied has been quoted in the New York Times. (It certainly wasn’t me, Dan Nied the writer. It must have been the watchmaker or the horologist. I didn’t read it.)
There is a Nied Corporation in Marshall, Michigan. I should have looked for a job there when I was out of work for a year. Just to let you know, Dan Nied is the CEO of the Nied Corporation.
Quick update: Apparently horology and watch stuff are the same thing. I didn’t know that.
Dan Nied is the director of some sort of school, but I think that’s the watch-making school or something, so that must be the same guy.
There is a MySpace page from a surgeon named Dan in Michigan who is better looking than me and has hot chicks posting the words “Dan Nied” on his page. I am thinking about sending him a cease and desist order.
Dan Nied is a pastor at Grace Family Church in Belvidere, Indiana.
And a little league baseball coach and an undergrad at Kansas University.
But you don’t care about those Dan Nieds. You only care about this Dan Nied.
So let’s go over what I’ve found out about myself from Google.
Apparently, this blog is being syndicated to every kind of website not willing to pay for content. I have no problem with this; I am kind of flattered (though I don’t think it takes that much talent to get other sites to pick up your stuff).
There are at least five different diet sites that feature entries from the 100 days articles. There is a pro-Wyoming site that has a direct link to the Blogcritics articles in which I mention my trip to the least populated state in the union that also gave us the great Dick Cheney.