The time has come to say goodbye to Google Analyticator and probably this blog as whole. On July 10th many of Google Analyticator’s cool features like the dashboard and authentication will cease to work due to Google deprecating the API Google Analyticator uses. While there is a new API to replace it, I don’t have […]
September 15th, 2012
I’m pleased to announce today I have passed off development of Google Analyticator to Video User Manuals. A new update resolving the Google authentication issues is live on the WordPress Plugins website and available for download now. A tutorial on re-authenicating with Google is also available on the Video User Manuals website. As I previously […]
I’ve mentioned Usenet on this blog a couple of times before, but I’ve never given a good explanation on why it’s more beneficial to use over other download methods. Now is the time to change that. Why Use Usenet? If you’ve never heard of Usenet before or are still unsure of what Usenet is, I […]
This week I would like to share with you an application which has made a huge improvement in my Usenet workflow. The application I’m talking about is Automatic, an automatic RSS downloader for any feed that makes use of enclosures or links to downloadable files. What is an automatic RSS downloader? You may have heard […]
Google Analyticator 6.2 has been released. The big feature is a configurable option for site speed tracking, but a few other enhancements made it into this release as well.
Google Analyticator 6.1.3 has just been released. Those of you having issues with the dashboard widget, I highly recommend this update. I believe I resolved the issue for most of you.
After a long wait, Google Analyticator 6.1.2 has been released. Highlights include WordPress 3.1 compatibility, bug fixes, and security enhancements. Since my forums are down right now, use this post for feedback on the release.