The (no longer “sticky”) post on Sitemeter yesterday has attracted a lot of readers. That poll is just going one way! I am so glad to see the FAST old green Sitemeter back in business though…
The post-hack (8 September it happened) reads of this blog are, for individually read posts, as follows:
- Sarah Palin 434 views since 8 September 2008
- NSW Local Government Election 2008 / Sutherland 173
- Australian poem: 2008 series #9 — “The Angel’s Kiss” 135
- 2008 Beijing Paralympics Games – ABC (Australia) 70
- Local government elections today in NSW, 57
- Sitemeter has changed 56
- The Great Surry Hills Book Clearance of 2005 51
- I’m back! 38
- Bigotry is not confined to the religious 26
- Normal service will resume shortly…. 22
What I am puzzling over is this graph — old Sitemeter version — for the past seven days on the Floating Life blogs:
1,119 page views yesterday! Why?
I am using Windows Live Writer again, I should add, as I am fairly sure from my reading relevant sites and reviews that it is secure enough, especially now I have trained it to forget passwords. Let’s hope so; I don’t want any more cockroaches here, thank you very much!
On that Sarah person
I am watching the whole soap opera with almost as much bemusement as I have been bringing to the collapse of the NSW Labor government. I have shut comment on that post, which has now attracted 2,536 reads! I suspected that comment may have gone on forever with no real advance in information. However, perhaps at some risk of attracting more, I will finish by referring you to ‘Alaska Women Reject Palin’ Rally is HUGE! Very interesting.