The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health.
I just passed 500 hits. Now, many of the first couple of hundred are just me browsing without being logged in (this is my home page, and the cookies weren’t being kept for a while there…).
The number goes up by about 10–15 a day, but I didn’t think I had anyone reading this? Surely it’s not being hit by Google and friends that often, is it?
If you’re a regular visitor, drop a comment and let me know 😀
Google have openned up gmail to anybody with a mobile phone. I guess they still don’t want just anyone (like a robot) signing on…
Sterling job, guys. I didn’t expect WordPress.com to be sending people in on Easter break to fix web servers, but you’ve put it back online quickly and without fuss—for a free service, this is excellent!
Cheers, and I hope you still had a happy Easter break.
[MJL20060330: UPDATE: — This is a blog entry about adding Categories to Blogger, and a problem I encountered. Since migrating to WordPress, I no longer need to do these crufty hacks, as this feature is built-in. Compare this post with it’s Blogger original if you’re interested]
Unfortunately, it (or the way I’ve put it in my template) appears to have a conflict with Flickr’s BlogThis feature, such that the image citations are hidden when the posting is viewed… not sure what’s causing it or how to fix yet.
So, if you’re the owner of some flickr photo’s that I’ve blogged and wonder where the citations are, then I’m sorry, they get hidden as soon as I tag my post, and I’m working on how to restore them. In the mean-time, clicking the picture does still take viewers to your page, so they can view the actual owner details from there.