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#26719 - 01/17/05 01:57 AM 2004 from a weblogger's perspective
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Well I just rummaged through the statistics for 2004 and figured that I'd share my findings with you all.

Total (logged) BW used in 2004: 66.35 GB
Average per visit: 277.24 KB

Most Popular OS: Windows, 75.7%
Followed By: Linux, 2.1%

Most Used Browser: Internet Explorer, 64.4%
Followed By: Mozilla (not firefox which was 6.3%), 19.3%

Most Crawled: MSN Bot, wasting 4.44 GB BW
Followed By: Googlebot, wasting 4.44 GB BW

Most Popular Search Engine: Google, 114154
Followed By: Yahoo, 23990

Most Popular Referrer: Kestii.go.ro (content stealer; andySF's site), 13675
Followed By: PacketStorm, 4040 (only the top 4 locations where used as there are so many mirrors)
Followed By: Hackinthebox.org, 2037

Most Popular Month: September, using 8.41 GB BW (323005 pages served)
Followed By: November, using 9.35 GB BW (350416 pages served)

Most Popular DOTW: Thursday, 198.02 MB BW Used
Followed By: Monday, 200.95 MB BW Used

Most Popular Hour: 21:00 (GMT, 13:00 PST), 3.55 GB BW Used
Followed By: 20:00 (GMT, 12:00 PST), 3.60 GB BW Used

Most Popular TLD: .com, 23.07 GB BW Used (1500429 pages served)
Followed By: .net, 23.49 GB GB BW Used (1056653 pages served)
Interesting: .gov, 69.61 MB BW Used (922 pages served)
Interesting: .mil, 252.85 MB BW Used (3616 pages served)
Interesting: .edu, 880.95 MB BW Used (13857 pages served)


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#26720 - 01/17/05 02:19 AM Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective
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Cool, I find the Mozilla fact intresting, last time we discussed it, it was around 10% or something.

Know its around 19%.. Slowly moving up there


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#26721 - 01/17/05 03:42 AM Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective
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Actually, when we had our discussion I believe it was on FireFox (6.3%); the view above was for the entire year of 2004. The ending months of 2004 FireFox was growing in general...

I expect 2005 to have a more popular standing for both FireFox and Mozilla.


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#26722 - 01/17/05 12:36 PM Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective
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ohh ya it was around 6.3%, man its moving up fast
Good, mabye this will be a wake up call for MS so patch there fucken browser and make it better.

Not ignore the problem like they alwyas like doing. Then when theres finally presure to path, they do.


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#26723 - 01/17/05 02:35 PM Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective
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Amen...

FFox is already 14.4% of 2005 ...

Myself I enjoy the new screen resolution readout:
1024x768 46.6 %
800x600 16.3 %
1280x1024 15.7 %
1152x864 11.2 %
1400x1050 4.3 %
1440x900 2.2 %
1600x1200 1.3 %
1280x800 0.6 %
1280x960 0.4 %
1280x768 0.3 %
Others 0.3 %


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#26724 - 01/17/05 05:00 PM Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective
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i am using 1280x768
Damn, the stats even collect screen resolution's know, impressive


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#26725 - 01/17/05 05:31 PM Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective
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Yeh, that was a major feature I wanted; turns out that it was just a small tweak on the loaded pages


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#26726 - 01/18/05 03:49 AM Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective
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Is that so you can tweak the pages to make them appear the best at the most popular resolution?


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#26727 - 01/18/05 07:44 AM Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective
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Mainly so I can see, for curiosity, what the minimum resolutions are so that I can code for them...


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#26728 - 01/18/05 12:34 PM Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective
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its a sweet ass statistic page
Suprised its in Perl, i know how much u love PHP


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#26729 - 01/18/05 12:40 PM Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective
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It's the best statistics logger that there is; the second that they start coding in PHP I'll use that


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#26730 - 01/19/05 04:12 AM Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective
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#26731 - 01/19/05 04:20 AM Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective
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Quote:
Originally posted by Gizmo:

1440x900 2.2 %
Apparently I account for 2% of the traffic here. Or is there somebody else that uses a 17" widescreen laptop with this wack resolution?

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#26732 - 01/19/05 05:59 AM Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective
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lol, 1440*900.. that is wack lol
Guess u make up 2% of the traffic lol


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#26733 - 01/19/05 08:47 AM Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective
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I have 1400x1050 on here, 800x600 on my pc; not sure what is on icey's...


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#26734 - 01/19/05 08:51 AM Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective
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Where ever Gizmo is
mine's 1280x1024


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#26735 - 01/19/05 03:17 PM Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective
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But is anybody's 1440x900?

I'd really hate to think I account for that much.

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#26736 - 01/19/05 05:35 PM Re: 2004 from a weblogger's perspective
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for ntoe, the screen resolutions are ONLY for Jan 2005; from the last week or so; as i had updated the day i started this thread...


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