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Goosh

For a Vimperator user like me, Goosh (the unofficial Google shell) is an obvious replacement for Google's normal search page. Read More »

Modern self-hosted, open-source web statistics software

I've been using Google Analytics for most of my websites for quite some time. Philosophically, I'd prefer a self-hosted solution though. In the past I've used Webalizer and I still use awstats for my ad-hoc, static website, but these programs are a bit primitive and limited compared to Analytics. Read More »

Customizing Google AdSense alternate ads

When AdSense runs out of inspiration (i.e.: no targeted ads are available), it displays public service ads by default. You can choose to replace this with a custom ad of your own choosing. To do this, you have to put a HTML page somewhere and change the alternate ads settings for the appropriate ad unit: Read More »

Google AdSense + Postbank’s name registration rules = $0.0

In November I had expected my second AdSense payment. Simply, because they told me I would get it. But, I didn't. Read More »

The joys of being well-known to Google

The "Places" system in the new Firefox 3 is great. I'm still getting more effective usage out of just the location bar every day. But, sometimes I'm on a different computer, or I haven't been to one of my web pages for a very long time. Read More »