Confusing but good

I did get to try and install StatCounteX yesterday, and then this morning found the version that adds password protection to the stats, which I was rather disappointed wasn’t there to begin with. Turns out it was a user uploaded version. There wasn’t much in the way of documentation, I guess that’s a hazard of…

Whole lotta blogging going on

Cory points us to a rant about a company called Critical IP, who are apparently calling domain owners, including personal domain owners and trying to sell you business network security. Sheesh, get a clue! Chris creates his Blogger’s Manifesto. I think somebody’s been getting too many flame mails, eh? An InfoWorld article that talks about…

Come together

OK here’s the deal, I’ve had some feedback, both comments and emails from two guys who I think need to chat to each other. The Geek and Jevon, from Blogtrack. They both read this blog, and Geek had some good points the other day about some improvements he’d like to maybe see in Blogtrack. Not…

Bloggage stuff

My wife just sent me a little message over our work intranet that said “Hey that javascript last updated thingy on Robyn’s blog kicks ass!” See what she’s talking about here. The original tip came from Call for Help. See, the advantages of having a blogging wife who works in the same place as you…

More Trillian

Version .0724 is out. I know I said I wasn’t going to keep updating the AIM connection battles, but it seems this version has some other bug fixes as well, so you might want to grab it. By the way they also have, in big bold red letters, a link to download the even newest…

In other blogs…

I haven’t had a lot of spare time to check out other blogs, until today that is. Here’s what I’ve been missing: Paul Boutin on Flashtrack, some sort of popup ad spyware. What sort of idiots think this is a good way to get their message out? Piss off all of your potential customers, that’ll…