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New Someone has found me out.
www.clovegarden.com has both http and https access. https gets under 9000 page views per month, while http gets over 100,000 per month.

For both forms of access, Pig / Pork Cuts by Chart is near the top, or at the top for https.

The surprise this month is that for the https connection, second highest, just below Pig Cuts, is A Pagan Reality - In Our Time with over 500 page views.

Someone using the https connection must have noticed it, liked it, and passed the link around - either that I've been reported to the Evangelical KKK.

If it's the Evangelicals, I'm sure they'll love the side link to Jesus & Paganism.
New Add a link to Long Pig and really tweak them
--

Drew
New No, to satisfy the Evangelicals . . .
. . and the mainstream media, I'd have to add a sub-chapter specifically on Baby Eating - including recommended rituals for disembowelment, and for ceremonial presentation of the liver to Satan.
New Have you checked incoming sources?
If someone posted a link somewhere public you should be able to see it. Or you'll see a bunch inbound from Gmail and Yahoo if it was sent via email.
--

Drew
New PS (!) Rick Moen from '03 via LRPD (and Web Archive)
https://web.archive.org/web/20040715001321/http://www.softorchestra.com/pipermail/linux-consultants/2003-January/000164.html

Nostalgia ain't what it used to be (?)
What I want is Planet-Achive: where-IN: every item across all media current through
(whatever could be converted from text, wire-recorders etc) unto yesterday:
Is FREE to All--via exa-Quantum memory and, er '6G'?

Maybe I can discover w.t.f. ever happened to Ludmilla Khulashev [not her USian 'name'].
New Things have changed a little
Views of my Paganism page frorm https access have slowed quite a bit - action having suddenly shifted to http access, which is now running twice https. So, total of over 100 page views in the first week of this year.

My Christo-Pagan page has finally started getting a few views, 11 so far. Though a great many top Witches are refugees from the Evangelical churches, I guess interest in dragging Jesus along into Paganism isn't that high.

News among the Witches is that the latest celebrity to sign on as a Witch is Taylor Swift. She's come a long way since being a Disney child star.

The celebrity trend started when Stevie Nicks stunned the world with Rhiannon. She denied it meant anything, but everyone knew better. She studied Rhiannon, and several of her later songs were based on that study, though she never came out as a devotee.

Of course, views of the Pagan page are dwarfed by access to my "Beans, Peas, and Lentils" page, which I have been told is very important in India - over 350 page views in the first week of 2021. All in all, over 3000 of my pages have been viewed in the first week, and I'm pleased to see it isn't just the food pages.
New I've been known to link people to your Long Pig page. :)
New Well, I haven't noticed it in the page views . . .
. . but I'll keep an eye out for it. It does have back links to the Mammal and Animal pages.

Of course, in the Pagan pages I do emphasize the disdain for baby eating among current Pagans. Actually, pagans have no interest in baby eating - babies are very bland, almost completely lacking in distinctive flavor, and you have to be careful not to over cook, or they fall into mush.

Actually, we much prefer babes, 18 years or older. They don't require cooking, and can be eaten more than once without going stale.
New I'd be surprised if you saw it in your stats.
I don't link to it all that much... :-D

Wade.
New Curious: why are you maintaining http if you've got https?
New I don't need https
I have no commerce on the site. Right after my service enabled https, most traffic was diverted to it, but then it tapered off and https now gets a tiny fraction of the visits.

Also, I don't know how to turn off http and divert to https - so since I don't need it, why bother.
New If you care about page rank
Google is now penalizing sites that aren't https.
Regards,
-scott
Welcome to Rivendell, Mr. Anderson.
New That is a good point - but . . .
. . the site is intensely international, and I understand there are parts of the world that do not allow their people to have encryption at all.
New I'm not aware of any country that blocks https
Oppressive regimes block sites and IP ranges, sure, but the web runs on https now.
     Someone has found me out. - (Andrew Grygus) - (13)
         Add a link to Long Pig and really tweak them -NT - (drook) - (2)
             No, to satisfy the Evangelicals . . . - (Andrew Grygus) - (1)
                 Have you checked incoming sources? - (drook)
         PS (!) Rick Moen from '03 via LRPD (and Web Archive) - (Ashton)
         Things have changed a little - (Andrew Grygus) - (3)
             I've been known to link people to your Long Pig page. :) -NT - (static) - (2)
                 Well, I haven't noticed it in the page views . . . - (Andrew Grygus) - (1)
                     I'd be surprised if you saw it in your stats. - (static)
         Curious: why are you maintaining http if you've got https? -NT - (pwhysall) - (4)
             I don't need https - (Andrew Grygus) - (3)
                 If you care about page rank - (malraux) - (2)
                     That is a good point - but . . . - (Andrew Grygus) - (1)
                         I'm not aware of any country that blocks https - (pwhysall)

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