September Visitors

October 6th, 2007 at 2:00 pm by David Farrar

No time to do a full stats report, but here are some of the most frequent visitors:

  • Parliament 6,661
  • Vic Uni 4,361
  • Otago Uni 2,463
  •  IRD 2,095
  • Ministry of Social Development 1,191
  • Bell Gully 942
  • Treasury 939
  • APN (Herald) 796
  • TVNZ 560
  • National Library 534
  • NZX 127
  • Police Complaints Authority 127
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30 Responses to “September Visitors”

  1. nih (361 comments) says:

    Police Complaints Authority 127

    Wow. They really ARE watching.

    Perhaps the system is indeed out to get you D4J.

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  2. nih (361 comments) says:

    IMO everyone else is just blogging from work and it’s nothing to do with public opinion research.

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  3. dad4justice (7,406 comments) says:

    Busted on three governmental counts IRD child extortion racket , social Underdevelopment and Goddard’s girls hate me . Oh well .

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  4. kaykaybee (122 comments) says:

    perhaps H1 and H2 formulate all policy based on the kiwiblog “mood”!

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  5. Sam Dixon (630 comments) says:

    nih is right of course.

    have to say dpf – highlighting who your posters are, especailly the personal references to some (and you’ve passed that info on to others it seems) goes against internet ettiquite and there is a danger of it having a chilling effect.

    If you want people to feel free to make contributions in their personal capacity, which is what makes this blog as popular as it is, you must stop trying to put the fear of the blog-god into them.

    [DPF: Sam go get a life you idiot. That is a list of page views, not comments, and it is public info. I've been posting these lists every month for four years. It also doesn't identify any individual - just sites.]

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  6. Peak Oil Conspiracy (2,774 comments) says:

    Mmmm.. how much of the Otago Uni headcount is Phillip John/Roger Nome responsible for, I wonder?

    DPF: have you considered that naming workplaces might cause an internal inquiry into inappropriate internet usage?

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  7. nih (361 comments) says:

    National Library 534

    Wait, is this you D4J?

    What do the numbers represent, DPF? Unique visits, or number of IPs that reoccur?

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  8. Peak Oil Conspiracy (2,774 comments) says:

    Nih:

    I think it’s recurring IP visits.

    But you bring an interesting point to mind: how many “unique visits” does Kiwiblog receive from D4J each day? And does each of his “unique identities” get counted?

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  9. nih (361 comments) says:

    I suspect all the computers at the library would share the same address. Perhaps he sits on four of them, barking and chasing off anyone who wants to use them to find books.

    Unfortunately that kills off my basement-dweller theory whilst at the same time adding a hobo-like quality to my mental image of him.

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  10. Peak Oil Conspiracy (2,774 comments) says:

    D4J didn’t respect his last 2-month Kiwiblog ban – and posted under various aliases. DPF confirmed this. So I guess “unique visits” can only be taken so far as a concept.

    A workplace presumably has a unique IP address, which picks up anyone accessing Kiwiblog through it, so two Kiwibloggers at the Ministry of Truth will be counted together.

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  11. David Farrar (1,812 comments) says:

    If any workplace is so petty as to have an inquiry into who has been “reading” blogs at their workplace, then that is their problem. They of course can and probably are monitoring traffic at their end anyway.

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  12. nih (361 comments) says:

    You’d really have to be familiar with the network of the offices in question to even begin to make that statement.

    I’d like to know how he identifies them. Do they have their own reversals?

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  13. nih (361 comments) says:

    If any workplace is so petty as to have an inquiry into who has been “reading” blogs at their workplace, then that is their problem. They of course can and probably are monitoring traffic at their end anyway.

    You’ll know you’ve hit the big time when you get blocked along with Trademe and NZDating.

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  14. hinamanu (2,352 comments) says:

    hmm,,

    NZDating huh

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  15. dad4justice (7,406 comments) says:

    Waste Oil Slime ball ” D4J didn’t respect his last 2-month Kiwiblog ban ”

    Tell tale nitwit f##kwit !!

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  16. Peak Oil Conspiracy (2,774 comments) says:

    Dick4Justice:

    It’s about respect for DPF and his blog. And actually on-topic since you were banned in September. Remember?

    Oh, and are you spoling for a fight with someone: http://www.kiwiblog.co.nz/2007/10/new_blogs-2.html#comment-348365

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  17. Peak Oil Conspiracy (2,774 comments) says:

    Dad4Lunacy:

    Name a place gutless and the owner of the blog is David Farrar and I listen to him if I overstep the mark, as I walk a fine line , looking at a 4 month ban next time, but you cross the limits of public decency . You are pure filth !!!

    You listen to him when he bans you?

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  18. dad4justice (7,406 comments) says:

    F##k really weak peak as I don’t read anything you write you mugger idiot !!

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  19. dad4justice (7,406 comments) says:

    Slime ball , sad socialist suckhole – get a life gripper !!

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  20. hinamanu (2,352 comments) says:

    so, did you turn up for the fight in the square d4j

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  21. hinamanu (2,352 comments) says:

    I think the worst that will happen is if you put a placard on your chest saying ‘I am dad 4 justice’

    the wizrad will pull you up on his podium and give you your 15 mins of fame

    are you good enough

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  22. Peak Oil Conspiracy (2,774 comments) says:

    DPF’s posting policy:

    It is up to me, but my policy at the moment is one week for the first time you get banned, two weeks the second time, then one month, two months etc etc. It doubles everytime. The theory is people learn from this. The theory is sadly lacking emperical evidence.

    D4J is the repeat offender here. He’s the only one who’s copped a two-month ban.

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  23. dad4justice (7,406 comments) says:

    And I am proud peak nutbar

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  24. Peak Oil Conspiracy (2,774 comments) says:

    D4J:

    I wouldn’t be spraying around “nutbar” labels if I were you. You clearly have a monopoly on them.

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  25. dad4justice (7,406 comments) says:

    Peak I know David Farrar and I think we understand each other . I respected my two month ban .Has a reptilian creature like yourself and your swamp thing mates had the pleasure of meeting with David ?

    No doubt one of you brain dead socialist swamp things will cut and paste and attack again , yawn , yawn , sonic can’t you see they’re great for National these new yellow backs ??

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  26. Peak Oil Conspiracy (2,774 comments) says:

    So D4J – shall I bring out the thread where David Farrar said it was “almost certainly” you posting under another alias, despite being banned?

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  27. hinamanu (2,352 comments) says:

    lol peak,, lol, lol

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  28. hinamanu (2,352 comments) says:

    nutbar squirrel,,

    “Who would do that?”

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  29. krazykiwi (9,188 comments) says:

    d4j – if you want to achieve anything in this world you need allies. going it alone simply doesn’t work. some people will never be allies… you and sonic? … nope! others are ‘possibles’. so calling everyone who says something that irritates you ‘a f##kwit’ will ensure the domain of possible allies is close to zero. your choice mate!

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  30. Peak Oil Conspiracy (2,774 comments) says:

    [DPF: Final warning D4J and then it is a four month ban. Do not refer to specific High Court Judges as corrupt or maggots. I like not being in jail thank you very much]

    http://www.kiwiblog.co.nz/2007/10/exes.html#comment-348075

    Someone’s seriously cruising for a ban.

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