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The AVC Audience1


As I slowly heard toward moving the WordPress instance that hosts AVC to another provider, I was asked how large the audience was. So I went and looked for the first time in a long while and sent that info to a potential new provider. And I figured you all might be interested too. So here are some screenshots from Google Analytics: This is the total usage over the last twelve months.     This is active users (28 day, 7 day, one day) over the past year.   And here is a bit more about where you all come from and what kind of device you use to read AVC. https://avc.com/2018/04/the-avc-audience/

The AVC Audience1


As I slowly heard toward moving the WordPress instance that hosts AVC to another provider, I was asked how large the audience was. So I went and looked for the first time in a long while and sent that info to a potential new provider. And I figured you all might be interested too. So here are some screenshots from Google Analytics: This is the total usage over the last twelve months.     This is active users (28 day, 7 day, one day) over the past year.   And here is a bit more about where you all come from and what kind of device you use to read AVC. https://avc.com/2018/04/the-avc-audience/

Can you keep a secret?7


Source: http://theoatmeal.com/blog/crabs

Google Finance


Google Finance and Yahoo Finance are two web services I have used daily since the early days of the Internet. I have used Yahoo Finance since it first launched in January 1997. But after Google Finance launched in 2006, I started using Google Finance more and eventually, it became my default finance site on the web. Sometime in the last month or two, I can’t remember exactly when, Google revamped Google Finance. The UI is cleaner and the service is much simpler. But a lot of the power user features I had come to rely on in my daily work are either gone or buried so deeply that I can’t find them. I also find it hard to search for a price quote now, which is kind of the most basic feature one would want in a service like this. Anyway, I have switched a lot of my usage back to Yahoo Finance as a result. But I am hoping that Google realizes that they messed some stuff up in the revamp and are working on fixing it. Because I do prefer Google Finance. At least I did. https://avc.com/2018/04/google-finance/

Google Finance1


Google Finance and Yahoo Finance are two web services I have used daily since the early days of the Internet. I have used Yahoo Finance since it first launched in January 1997. But after Google Finance launched in 2006, I started using Google Finance more and eventually, it became my default finance site on the web. Sometime in the last month or two, I can’t remember exactly when, Google revamped Google Finance. The UI is cleaner and the service is much simpler. But a lot of the power user features I had come to rely on in my daily work are either gone or buried so deeply that I can’t find them. I also find it hard to search for a price quote now, which is kind of the most basic feature one would want in a service like this. Anyway, I have switched a lot of my usage back to Yahoo Finance as a result. But I am hoping that Google realizes that they messed some stuff up in the revamp and are working on fixing it. Because I do prefer Google Finance. At least I did. https://avc.com/2018/04/google-finance/