We all like Google, and Google Analytics is a cool tool. But, what happens when you want to run the tool yourself? You could take a look at phpMyVisites. The screenshots look impressive, and the demo illustrates impressive features. One thing I have never fully appreciated about Google Analytics is the fact that it uses Flash, which is still a bit of an annoyance for us Linux users.
phpMyVisites could be a viable supplement.
Dear Thought Deposit:
I’m not writing this from within Thunderbird, as I would prefer, but through a slick new client called Drivel. This client is used to post to blogs.
Other clients: http://codex.wordpress.org/Weblog_Client
1) Select “MoveableType” as blogging type.
2) Enter in “http://10.0.4.20/wordpress/xmlrpc.php” as the address for the blog.
Here’s a tip for Firefox.Â An extension called BugMeNot enables you to right click on “general” forms and say “Login with BugMeNot.”Â Firefox will call the BugMeNot extension which looks up in an external database login information.Â For instance, www.nytimes.com requires a login, which is a great place to test it out.
A developer just showed me an interesting framework to produce python-backed sites VERY quickly.Â This is mainly for you Ian, it natively supports AJAX as well.Â Here’s the link:
I watched the demo, pretty interesting.