The previous record was at least a year old.
Yay! We should see if we can get those new shipments of fish off of backorder...
Does that count spiders? (Seriously, I don't know.)
First Greg needs to order those new freezers. I remember what happened last summer when the freezers broke. :yuck:
Yes, that would include spiders.
Hurray! That record held for a long time! About 1000-1200 of those are spiders, but hey, spiders are visitors too :)
Today set another record - 2,096.
That last record was due to an unusual spike in activity - I want to say that it went all the way back to the Nick Berg video - so we should start breaking this record regularly now.
Is that right? It was set some time around May 2004?
maybe if there is some type of major break though there will be another spike
Record: 2,215 @ 03.14.08
Programs that visit websites in order to mine and sift through the text/data.
I rather like the Google spider that's been hanging around here lately.
Yes, that was what I was thinking.
Yes, it seems they're getting friendlier now, not just sucking up data, but actually contributing a little too.
I noticed the other day we broke the record and again a couple of days ago.
I wouldn't surprised if the share menu had something to do with this new record. Keep digging everyone!
That weirded me out enough to start with, but not nearly as much as noticing that one of them is now sporting a 'Homework Helper' ribbon.
Google decided that it was too easy to just index and archive all the world's information. Now, the Google spiders actively invent new information, too.
Record: 2,254 @ Oct13-08
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