Analytics and Bloglines

2005-11-15 23:28 - Web

So, within the past few days Google released their Analytics system, for free. And I rediscovered the Bloglines site. Google Analytics is very underwhelming as yet, it just says it's waiting for data. That's surely not the case. More load than they can handle all the sudden?

The bloglines service is great though. Not perfect, but in all honesty, working a lot better for me than the lame homebrew aggregator that I made for this site. Which you might (but probably don't) notice is now gone. What's the point, eh? Anyways, you can see what I read and you can see my other blog that is starting up as a result of that account. It's quick and easy to reference blog posts that I see in there, so I'm trying it out.

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