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Upgrade: Site Meter & TTLB

January 25, 2008

It only took about a year, but I finally got around to adding these enhancements:

Site Meter – Lots of interesting stats about where visitors to the Chamber are coming from, how long they’re staying, and what they’re reading.  You’ll see an ambiguous number sitting in my sidebar under “other stuff”, and if you click on it, you’ll be transported to the control panel.  Have fun! (note- unfortunately, wordpress.com blogs do not allow javascript to be inserted anywhere by us lowly netizens, so the features aren’t quite as robust as they could be)

TTLB– Short for The Truth Laid Bear, it is a popular blog aggregator and ranking system.  You might have seen other blogs with something in their sidebars reading “I’m a ____ in the TTLB EcoSystem”, well…now I’m in the ecosystem.   Since I’m getting in fairly late, however, I imagine that I’ll just have to deal with the low blog cred for awhile.  Fortunately for me, the aforementioned javascript restriction doesn’t allow me to advertise it. Aw shucks.

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