Yes, it has happened [5:33 a.m. EDT] and this 100,000 pageviews 54 days earlier than the 100K Milestone was reached last December 7th. Thanks to you, my readers, for your interest in this blog. A special thanks to my AR.Drone Quadcopter readers who have definitely given a lift [no pun intended] over the last several weeks.
Before the Maria Parker ride of October 1, 2010, the projected date was around 11/06. With that event and the AR.Drone interest, you began to push the projected date back to today. Take a look at the last 30 days.
My goal for year-three is to maintain a pageview average over 300 PVs per day. I stated that goal when the average daily PVs was 285 and that was the end of September. That daily average is now 293. We are only 7 points away from my goal. Once we are at 300 average daily pageviews, I’ve got to raise the average and then maintain it. I look to your valued readership to respond to my publishing efforts. Again, many thanks for all that you have done for this blog, cycling, and technology. I enjoy mixing in my photographic interest. I see an intriguing future, given the AR.Drone as an aerial photo/video platform. Please stay tuned. THANKS!!! –jim
The graph end points are relative to the day of the week the capture is made. By Sunday at midnight the drop you see in the chart on the right will be at +/- the 4,000 mark of last week. Trends are the important factor.