Aaaah... it has been a while. Yet I have not written much.
But hey, I still (want to) take blogging quite seriously even after going to university - see, I even updated the blog back-end! (Technically speaking, I upgraded from Drupal 5 to Drupal 6 which is not as easy as upgrading Wordpress, for example. Nevertheless there were quite a few fundamentals that I changed -- most notably the input formats and image handling, as technical as they sound.)
The original appearance of the blog did not make it past the upgrade however, so I put up this quite nice theme made by somebody else. Personal touch is waiting for a free slot in my timetable. The former theme was my own creation so nobody would want to upgrade the theme for me. What a lazy dumbass I am... (by the way, I know about The Secret and suggestion but the world is not a perfect place.)
I considered moving to Wordpress actually -- oh, how much it has grown in this past few years -- but it seems to be too much of a hassle. Seriously, Wordpress wins only in simplicity, which I don't need because the blog is already setup well done.
Useless rant about traffic
The statistics for this month is 49 visits per day. Not bad at all for a lazy blogger! :D Most of the visitors come for the high-profile posts I have made (all are listed in the "Popular content" at the bottom of this page). Google has become such a superpower that it delivers an enormously big portion of the traffic: 72%!
Meanwhile due to the technical nature of some of my blog posts, they draw more "techie" people to the website. I can easily see it in browser use: some 67% of the visitor used Mozilla Firefox (go open source!), and there are a handsome proportion for less known browsers (such as Opera, Chrome, Safari, and Konqueror). There is also disproportionate number of Linux users (13%). Considering that Linux marketshare in the world is less than 1%, surely my blog is kind of unique isn't it? ;)
Statistics can be fun, and it is one of the reasons that keeps me blogging :)