Content tagged terranostra

Basic Traffic Analysis with Unix

posted on 2019-04-15

So you want to know how many people visit your website, but don't want to set up Google Analytics or anything like that? That at least was the situation I found myself in when I started this blog. Turns out, if you just want a daily number of visitors, standard Unix tools are perfectly sufficient.

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The Monday Challenge

posted on 2019-03-19

Yesterday, a friend of mine impressed upon me the importance of “showing up regularly”. We were just discussing another friend's plan to launch a podcast and were talking about how to become visible on the web. “You have to show up”, he said, “no matter how rubbish you may feel that day – your audience has to know you will be there. It's not important whether your schedule is daily, weekly, or monthly, but you have to stick to it.” Pretty challenging words, I thought, but perhaps just the advice I needed to hear. So here is the Monday Challenge.

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Blogging with Lisp

posted on 2018-11-21

So, I finally have my blog up and running. After several years of thinking: “I really ought to write an article on that thought.” 1 And two afternoons of trouble-shooting Linux, Lisp, and LAMP problems.

Because of course, if I was going to write a blog I would host it myself. And Wordpress is overkill for what I am planning, all I need is a simple static site generator working from markdown. How hard can it be?

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