The year that was called 2005 by its closest friends...
So 2005 has come and gone. We are now living in 2006. Yeah, scary huh. It seems like just yesterday it was September 1999...
A lot happened in 2005. For example, 2005 saw the opening of... err. Did much really happen in 2005? It seems like such a blur. 2005 was to the aughts as Wednesday is to a week: the year you just have to survive to get to the good stuff. Because certainly not much of note happened around these parts. Oh well. That's what 2006 is for. A new hope! (Great, it's been a few years since we've been sued. It was nice while it lasted.)
Anyways... out of fear of losing your interest (too late!), I thought I'd throw a story together putting together all the interesting information on users who visited the site this past year. (I bet you're sure glad you read this far...) I'd like to thank awstats for making this moment possible. You're my boy, awstats!
We had over 200,000 visitors in 2006. I'm not sure how useful that is, but it's a fact! They "read" nearly 670,000 pages. I did notice that the trend was we had more visitors earlier in the year with a high in April (24500) for some reason, and it's been down hill since. Darn. I wonder how many total hits we could of gotten if there weren't those site problems in June that saw us only 10000 hits, almost half that of the next lowest month (December - 19000).
The most popular days to visit were on Wednesday and Friday, and Saturday is the day most people spent their time reading 'other' sites. The afternoon (from about 2-6) was when most people came around these parts. And wisely it seems most people were sleeping in the wee hours of 2-6 with the few hits seen during that time frame.
All that and we only went through about 45gigs of bandwidth. Ah the beauty of not having downloads.
On the list of the top host names to visit I see a lot of people who use Mindspring and Comcast. I also see where I work... they put a stop to that though. By making sure I had more then enough to do.
What a shock this is! The vast majority of visitors came from the US! But we did get a fair number hailing from the UK, Australia, and Canada (you know, that cold wasteland just to the north of us?). There were plenty of others though who had at least a few hits. From Japan and Germany, to the Faroe Islands and even a hit from Liechtenstein!
Do you know what a search engine spider is? Yeah, it's a 'robot' that goes around and indexes sites. Oddly Googlebot was only the second most common bot to crawl the site. The most common was someone going by the name of Inktomi Slurp...
It should be no surprise that nearly half our visitors came here via Google. Yahoo was next, but only at about 20000. MSN was in at third with about 11000. Ask Jeeves used as as the answer too often (3000 hits). Google images alone lead 3000 people to steal our bandwidth. And while I know what Dogpile is, what is Mamma?
We can thank www.world-of-disney.com for being the site that brought the most non-seach engine visitors here. Oddly there were a bunch of hits (over 250) from forums.gaming-age.com (people looking at my profile? WHY?!). www.ikillforthelord.com was no slauch either though.
I think we all know what DEAD rapper brought in the most sight seers. After that the most popular phrases were about Reno 911 or the best RPGs ever!!!!!!11 More on this later...
Windows users made up 90% of the site (75% XP... and 170 hits from Longhorn). Mac has a whooping 3%. Linux has .6% (30000 hits). And while Dreamcast technically had 0%, it still had about 500 hits from poor people who still use their Dreamcast as their means of surfing the web. I just want to know what one person used BeOS.
Sadly, Microsoft Explore made up 78% of the visitors (74% had 6.0). Firefox did have 13%, but I wonder how much of that was just me. 0.8% still used Opera. But what's really surprising is the over 2000 hits we had from someone using a Nokia browser. Wow. There are actually quite a few from mobile phones. And why do I see hits from Winamp and iTunes? People actually use that to browse? What's wrong with people?
There was about 10000 hits where the visitor got a beautiful 404 Page Not Found to greet them. Some of them looked like mistyped urls, or pages that have long not existed (but search engines seem to remember and keep looking for in vain... sorry, but the files to help you use free ISPs on DC aren't here). Not all were looking for pages I guess, as seen with the 900 hits looking for /images/forum3/flashsig.swf for some reason. And what's the deal with the hundreds of hits looking for /_vti_bin/owssvr.dll or /MSOffice/cltreq.asp? Then again, why all the hits looking for /abcdefghijklmn.htm?
And with that I bring you what you came for! Funny search engine strings! (Well, at least I find people looking for porn here to be funny.) Please note that all of those listed were searched for at least 10 times in the past year... at least 10 times.
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To anyone who came to this page looking for anything listed above, gotcha bitch!