January 19, 2012 by Ron · Comments Off
I wrote a post on my blog explaining why we participated in yesterday’s Internet blackout: SOPA & PIPA Blackout
Sorry *again* for all the recent downtime. We recently upgrade the hosting account to a whopping 768MB of RAM. That’s memory. Check your own computer’s RAM for a comparison. We get our wespace from here if you’re curious. And yes, we have plans to move up to a dedicated server in the near future.
It’s been a while since I’ve done any stat reporting and since I was poking around the backend, I thought I’d snag the results for January.
Unique visitors 38546
Number of visits 105622
Bandwidth 28.55 GigaBytes
We’ve been consistently getting over a million hits a month every month since August. Mostly I keep seeing awesome statistics & math lessons when I look at the charts.
A spammer went through the entire server spamming all installs across the entire box. If you need cleanup help, just let us know.
Also, my desktop died about a month ago, and in moving to a new laptop, I completely missed my HSJ mail. :-/
OPen signup swill be coming back to.
March 13, 2011 by Andrea · Comments Off
Some old themes have been cleaned out, and we’ve added shiny new themes to take advantage of WordPress 3.1′s new features. There’s TONS of customizations you can do – including a couple themes for those of you who like posting lots of pictures.
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