Starting the year with a massive traffic spike

The start of the year saw a massive (for me) traffic spike for this blog. My previous post on using the Xinha Here plugin to color code tasks using The Printable CEO as guide was featured in life hacks portal For a while, it was even on the popular page of The post was also linked to by the Backpack blog.
Before I found a way to use color coding in my tasks, I relied solely on to keep track of things I should be doing. But after more than a week of using the Backpackit plus The Printable CEO system, I find that I am able to prioritize my tasks better.

The install link of version 0.5 of Xinha Here, however, is broken (as of this writing) . The Mozilla addons page for the extension is still at version 0.3. Version 0.5 offers options on themes and plugins for the what you see is what you get (WYSIWYG) editor.

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5 responses

  1. wow! cool! that’s why you were on the top 10 of pinoy top blogs. happy new year!

  2. Yuga,
    I was surprised by it. Until I checked the traffic logs I thought that there was something wrong with the PinoyTopBlogs script. 🙂

  3. So, I write a Firefox extension and you make all the money. Ahhh… the joys of the Internet.

    Just kidding of course. The install like for Xinha Here is working again. It was down for 24hrs before somebody e-mailed me, otherwise I would have had no idea.

  4. Hypercubed,
    🙂 That’s great news. How come the listing at lags behind by a few versions?

  5. relies on volunteers that test EVERY submittal including updates. No matter what it is going to take a few weeks for them to update. What makes it even worse is that they test it on every platform that you say it is compatible with. SO in my case I say that my extension is compatible with v1.0 – 1.5 on Windows, Linux, and Mac. That is quite a few versions to test. I’m also sure with the holiday the volunteering has slowed.

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