September was a busy and productive month here at the The Wayward Word Press:
- 67 new posts, bringing the total number of posts to 340 at the end of September;
- 24 daily posts of “links” tagged via del.icio.us;
- 6259 views, surpassing the previous record of 5140 in December, 2006;
- 38 non-spam user comments;
- Five days with 300 or more views
- Two days with 328 views, closing in on the record of 451 established in October 2006;
- Most views are now of Unbuntu-related posts;
- 3214 views to date of the post Leigh Anne Tuohy – “God gives people money to see how you’re going to handle it”, which remains the most viewed post since its publication in November, 2006;
- 639 views to date of the three posts about SSgt. Kyu Kyuk Chay: Chappaqua Memorial Day 2007: Staff Sgt Kyu Hyuk Chay,473; Postscript: Chappaqua Memorial Day 2007: Staff Sgt Kyu Hyuk Chay, 145); and Letters from Cathy Min Chay, 21;
- 920 views of Building your own Linux Ubuntu computer, published in September, making it the second most viewed post to date;
It is our goal to make the Ubuntu posts the most viewed as soon as possible.
It is an even important goal to reduce the number of views of posts about SSgt. Chay that can be found at this site, for reasons that will be made clear in a forthcoming post.
Our thanks to our readers and commenters for their support and contributions. They are greatly appreciated.