Since I am posting so much into this blog and doing it all around the clock, some people started to use my blog to help them determine if I am awake or not (in the sense of accepting phone calls or not). That was a rather logical step and I should have covered it earlier.
The trick is really simple. Nucleus CMS allows me to specify date and time when the article should be published. Sometimes I post articles immideately after writing it. Other times, I push them further into the future. To destinguish one from another, just check the time of posting. If the time of posting displayes nice minutes (00 or 30 sometimes), than most probably the article was written in different time from the one it was posted. Most common “pushed” articles appear at 14:00, 15:30, and 16:00.
On the other hand, if the minutes seem random (like 47 or 09), then the article was probably posted immidiately after it was written. You can use this time to estimate if I am awake or not.
Real life example: I am finishing this article at about 23:15 of September 20th. But it will appear on the web only at 01:00 of September 21st, since 20th is already pretty busy with other post and I need a better destribution of posts over days so that you guys will keep coming back regularly.
Thanks for reading.
P.S.: I have also set the time for the future because I will not wait until the new day will come and will go to sleep. :)