Visits to

I've been tweaking the new to focus on my hot issues rather than history. I am defining hot to mean issues that are current and on which I have an opinion.

The Internet Time site is going back to its roots: it's stuff Jay is interested in. We're now in our fifth year. When started, few sites offered advice on eLearning. Now there are oodles of sites with great eLearning information. I keep up with the field by paying attention to:

I do not intend to replicate what these sites do so well. Maish, Stephen, Jane, Ryann, and David are doing an incredibly good job of covering the eLearning scene. Internet Time aims to be more exploratory, gonzo, and personal.

Our traffic report for September 8 - 13 arrived this morning. We're getting more than a thousand visitors a day. Blog traffic continues to grow in importance.

Traffic to the static pages (those that change maybe once a month, sometimes once a quarter) is distributed over a number of topics. I take this to be a sign of health.

If you're curious, take a look at the beta version of (Blog readers get the news first!) Please give me your suggestions if you drop by. Leave a comment here or drop me an email.

A few days ago I found a wonderful free link-checker. It's called Xenu. (You can find it on Google.) Set this thing loose and it will verify all the links in a site. I'm going through the new page by page.

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