The bluebell riot is almost over, and the trees are putting their full dress on.
Galleries added this month.
Stories added this month.
Movies added this month.
A new server went up.
The comments on the spams are mine, of course. These are actual spams sent to me, which just strike me as funny. I don't include their contact details - go find your own spammers!
By the way, if you're using StoneColdMail (which is free to web site members) then you won't see most of these spams, they'll be delivered into your "Spam" folder.
I now get about 2000 spams per day. My despammer works quite well, only a
couple of dozen get through, and it's very rare that a real email gets into
my spam folder. But I've divided the spam folder into two, one spammier than
the other. The spammier folder, is for spam that meets all the criteria for
spam, and also isn't addressed to me. That helps a lot, because I do look through both
spam folders, but I pay less attention to the spammier one.
Most of the sponsorships now are by giving women server space and bandwidth, so they can operate their web sites without having to pay these fees. There's also photoshoots, which gets some revenue into their hands, as well as the traditional direct-funding sponsorship.
Here's the full list of DtV family web sites
Chat has picked up slightly this month.
1459 posts this month.
Most posted Board of the month
Poster of the month
|A vigorous debate about religion is pushing the statistics along.||Grapplejack, Lionheart and Billwick are vigorously debating religion.|
Mavis is counting the number of times the message list is checked for each board. This gives a very different picture from the one above.
Most listed Board of the month
Most read Board of the month
|Femme Fatales are in fashion again||Religion and Femme Fatales|
I checked the site statistics that Sandra counts up each night.
At the end of April 2007, there were about 962,000 pictures (83 gigabytes), 240 gigabytes of video, 11,200 text files (mostly stories) and a total of about 324 gigabytes. There's about 240 million pictures altogether in Newsthumbs, increasing at about 5 million per month.