Update: The big one was a big dud in this area. The camera is off-line while it moves to its permanent home.
The snow storm will be televised. Since the weather prognosticators are calling Winter Storm Juno the big one, I decided to set the camera up.
Please do not press reload — the image automatically refreshes every minute or so. Right now (around 1930 EST, Monday) the cone is sitting on roughly 2″ of snow. We will see if the forecast comes true. The scale at the right will give you some visual guidance as to the current depth.
Let it snow, let is snow, let it snow…
First responders have to go out during winter storms. Do you really need to go out? If you do, please be extra careful during Winter Storm Juno. We are expecting a foot or more here in Chester County, PA. If you need supplies, go now before it get potentially much more dangerous. Stay home! Stay safe!
Looks like we are in for a double dose of Mother Nature over the next few days, so pay attention! If you don’t need to go out, don’t. When my pager goes off, I will. I would prefer not to out, but the reason will probably because someone didn’t follow these simple rules.
PS: If you are somewhere that it is going to be warm and balmy… oh well, wish I was there too!
I remember the very first piece of eye candy I placed on my first web page — a hit counter. It is pure vanity to want to know that someone… anyone took the time to find, let alone visit your web site. Maybe even come back a second time!
The Internet has come a very long way since those days. Measuring and analyzing your audience has gone to great extremes. I am mostly curious to see if what I write has any impact. For business and organization web sites I create, it is a key indicator of the success or failure in reaching their target audience and getting response in sales or membership.
Google Analytics is just one tool in the visitor tracking kit, but a very vital one. With my design move to using the multisite facilities of WordPress, I have had to redesign the tactics to monitor and report overall network performance, as well as individual site. Google Analytics makes it easy and the Google Analytics + plugin from WPMU DEV facilitates putting the code in, whether a single WordPress site or a complex multisite network.
Google Analytics, a part of the Google Webmaster Tools, provides important data, not only about your audience and the way they are viewing your web site, but important site efficiency data. It shows the results and problems on a graphical dashboard and enables you to generate custom reports, as well as retrieve raw data.
Two Not Watching the State of the Union tonight.
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