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Posted Thursday, February 16th, 2006 9:03:00 pm
Now playing: Korn - Twisted Transistor (2:58)

Well, I've had a pretty rough time with work lately. I've been putting in a lot of extra time from home and on the weekends. As a result, my activity with some of my own projects has slacked a bit. Fortunately, this overtime is over, and I'm back to my normal relaxed self.

I've gotten some progress done on my websites, though. One of which is my Logs site, which I've been wanting to open up to the public for a while now. This is my own creation that processes IIS logs via a VB.Net application (previously it was done in all ASP, as can be shown by the now-inactive Import Logs links) and sorts out all the data as needed. The data is all in a SQL 2005 backend, which the ASP site queries to get its data. Some parts are pretty slow, like looking at the referrals on the larger sites, but overall it's a fairly fast web application.

The front page lists the number of hits for the past month, and it revealed something surprising that hasn't happened since the beginning of 2001 when I started hosting the D3TL - My own website,, is the #1 site in terms of hits. At first this surprised me, but then I realized that the majority of those 18,593 hits is downloads of the ModPlug software.

I have always been a mirror for the ModPlug software since they implemented the partner program back in the day, but it's never seen this many hits before, which indicates that, despite active development on the tracker, the ModPlug software is as popular as ever.


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