I was going through my website logs recently, and discovered a few interesting facts
- People are still using Jerkit
- There are still plenty of War3Z Puppiez out there looking for BO and BO2K plugins
- The giant cheeseburger pics remain popular (in page views, as well as the #1 search term)
- Lots of people were viewing Chicken In a Can through a cached Google page
- The #2 and #6 search terms are “spooky castle” and “spooky castle pop up book”
- Lots of people are searching for the term “powered by gallery vX.Y.Z” in an attempt to locate unpatched systems with known, exploitable bugs
- A lot of people seem to be following my del.icio.us links
- One of the search terms some used to arrive at AdjectiveNoun was “smell of mom’s foot”
- Lots of people are requesting the RSS XML feeds at AdjectiveNoun
- On Netninja (a site aimed for general audiences and script-kiddies), Internet Exploder and Windows win by a landslide. On BufferOverrun (a site aimed at programmers), Netscape and Mac/Unix/Other win by a landslide.
- People like encoding and decoding Base64
Most people do not have to worry that their cat is going to get a sunburn. His name is officially Ebenezer, by the way. (No double E’s in there, like I was spelling it the other day.)
Disney just isn’t having a good week, are they? First, Steve Jobs/Pixar gives them the boot. Next, Comcast comes along and wants to buy them for a bazillion-gazillion dollars. Now, a castmember gets fatally crushed under a float. Combine that with the Thunder Mountain death a few months ago, and they’re not looking so good. I wonder how this will affect Comcast’s offer?