landing spot. will be interesting to see how he does.
Drupal 6, the content management system and version MGoBlog runs, has reached its end of life. No more support for bug fixes or security patches [LINK]. Beside the inevitable hacking of everyone's social security number, credit card information and first-of-kin PII, I take this to be a harbinger of good things. Need is the mother of web-development progress and we're now much closer to getting a new MGoBlog.
I use to really enjoy clicking on that link at the bottom of the page to see what the site's traffic looked like and during which events or days it spiked. I remember the Jihad was a particularly busy time around here.
I can't find that link anymore. Was it removed, moved, or can I just not find it? Is there another reliable website to look at website traffic trends and what not? It would be great to see how popular this site is with all the early season success so far.
Completely off-topic, but it's yet another no-bowl offseason. And I haven't been able to find a stockpile of Wolverine Hotties except for this:
Anyway, this article is pretty alarming/amusing. Thought some of the engineers around here might get a kick out of it.