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I'm not sure what these people were looking for, but most of them clearly didn't find it on my website.


  • exciting hobbies in toronto
  • arabic frequency codes
  • how to list content alphabetically
  • people who life in bookham (I lived in Bookham after I lived in Cheam.)
  • fund raiser themes
  • what is a medievalist
  • drowning in medieval england
  • popular women s names in japan twelfth century
  • acronyms for sky
  • electroluminescent theme park


The one I was happiest to see, even though I don't say anything about, was "medieval english weather" - for someday I might well put up webpages on the subject.

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owlfish
Aug. 25th, 2004 08:44 pm (UTC)
And I bet you didn't find what you were looking for either.
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owlfish
Aug. 25th, 2004 08:48 pm (UTC)
Awwww.

Do you often go looking for friends by means of obscure search phrases?
savvycynic
Aug. 26th, 2004 01:27 am (UTC)
Drowning in Medieval England
I wish I had searched for that. I was looking for people from University of York and stumbled across your lj but stayed because you're a historian with a love of medieval history, I'm a history student at York and am hoping to go into medieval history for my MA. I'll be coming back for more :)
owlfish
Aug. 26th, 2004 12:19 pm (UTC)
Re: Drowning in Medieval England
It's not too late: there might be all sorts of exciting websites out there devoted to "drowning in medieval England". If there aren't, then clearly there's a niche waiting to be filled.

Good to meet you - I spent a year at York myself, doing the MA in the late Middle Ages at King's Manor. It was a good program, and a fine year. I lived at James, which, last I saw it a few years ago, had doubled in number of buildings. Campus is being rebuilt at such a rate that I'm sure I wouldn't recognize half of it.

I'm jealous though - you can go to Café Concerto right now and I can't.
maxineofarc
Aug. 26th, 2004 06:00 am (UTC)
How do you get info like that?
owlfish
Aug. 26th, 2004 06:13 am (UTC)
These are actually the search keywords which found pages under the subdomain fishpond.owlfish.com. Our host automatically generates them.

If you can see your stats anywhere else you have a webpage, you can set up stats for LJ with a little extra work - I haven't bothered. The usual method is to include a 1x1 pixel "image" in your LJ template, hosted on wherever you have hosting and stats access, then do a search for every time the 1x1 image was loaded. If you're looking at raw stats, it's legible, but clunky, as long as you have a decent search mechanism for it. (Under linux, regex - "regular expressions" - is the usual way to sort through complex files like that. Happily, I've never needed to bother doing it that way.)
owlfish
Aug. 26th, 2004 06:16 am (UTC)
I will further gratuitously add that my other 2 subdomains generate far more boring keywords as a rule since they have less content. My professional site (sworthen.owlfish.com) has particularly dull keywords. My RP-related subdomain was understandably (if rather worryingly for the sake of the whoever would do such a search) located in the last month through a search for "dragonrider of pern - neopets".
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