As I have observed before, every so often Bruce Leiter, Professor of Law and Philosophy at the University of Chicago and author of the most widely read blog in the academic field of Philosophy, gives my little blog a hat tip and link, and suddenly my daily visits, as recorded by Google, shoot up from five or six hundred to two thousand or more. Then things settle down, the visitors depart, and my small community of faithful readers slogs along. Yesterday, visits suddenly jumped to 1474 [at least so far as Google is able to tell], and today, at not yet ten in the morning, the number has hit 2167. I checked Leiter's blog, but not a peep. Either someone else has granted me fifteen minutes of fame, or the world is hungrier than I thought for anything on Karl Marx. Does anyone know what is going on?