Changes to my site www.stagesmith.com

I am finally updating my sorely neglected website.
www.stagesmith.com
I will be updating the Gallery and at long last updating the Links List.
I am also adding Google adds to the site. Please forgive this, but with over 100,000 hits a month I can be making some decent cash from the traffic, and I need the cash for work on my house.
Hopefully it won't interfere with the site much.
The Links list will be almost doubling in length and getting a lot of dead or broken links fixed or removed. If there are any links you would like to see added, please email them to me with a subject line starting with "Link Submission-".
This will take a few weeks to iron out so bear with me.
I hope to finally add a section for educational materials that is separate from the Links List.
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I know your link page said to beware, but . . . . . .. . . sure shot the daylights out of an hour or more, good things it's raining.
There are a lot of dead links, though. Do you want a partial list?
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I can find the dead links very quickly using a link checker utility.
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    --Can you recommend one? I've got a *pile* of 'dead wood' on my site!
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Google for "webmaster tools". Works great on any website and does a ton of useful stats.
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I as well Steamer - Wind Sunday a.m. snapped several trees off just below the limb line - One tree was 35' tall trunk now.
Several others in the back wood lot. We had 66 mph horizontal winds Sunday.
Ike came through last year and snapped off the trunk about 20' up of a 2.5' diameter (chest height) Elm. Some tough winds for certain.
We expect to get hit again tonight - but one can never tell.
I thought living among Redwoods was tricky in wind storms - large massive Oaks just pull over. Us in the country faired better than the city types this time - their old trees are in the streets. Massive tree cutting fleets have been working.
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Martin, are you off your medications or something? :-)
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Nope - just in a prone area to be hit by winds.
Thunderstorms form in a line and rise 60-70,000 feet tall and draw wind upwards so hard the horizontal wind is up to 60 miles / hour.
So I get sticks all over this place once it is cleaned up.
Martin
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I am Mac based.
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Ernie Leimkuhler wrote:

Should be a linux based app out there that will work . Isn't the Mac OS a linux OS with a pretty GUI ? If that doesn't work , there are apps that let Windoze programs run in a Mac environment . I'm looking at a box that sez it contains Connectix Virtual PC version 2.1 , "The key to running PC software on your Mac ."
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I don't recall the company, but we had a Virtual PC on our UNIX super cluster. We had over 1000 seats on one floor and were all designers across software and hardware lines. Managers VP upwards were PC based and the technical ones were both. We used the virtual to accept and send MS office files from our Sun Work stations. That was 12-15 years ago maybe.
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Mac OSX is BSD UNIX with a pretty face, not Linux. You can run native Linux apps in a shell.
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Ernie Leimkuhler wrote:

The only unix/linux/other-than-windows OS I have any experience with is Ubuntu , and very little of that . Played around with it for a while on a spare box , decided that even with all the minuses , Windoze is just easier for me . We have one old Mac in the server room , but I just don't seem to have time to learn how to use it , between work , my toys (motorcycles and a fairly-well equipped metalworking shop/foundry out in my shed) and being a weekday bachelor .
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Hope you make a million. Have a designer come in and make some bathroom fixtures with Victor valves, and stuff like that. ;-)
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Ernie,
That's great. Definitely put the ads.
How do you count hits? Is 100,000 the count of page views by actual people (not robots), or it is the sum total of all HTTP requests? What really matters is the former.
Based on my experience with a similar (project related) website igor.chudov.com, you will get about $1.60 per 1,000 page views. I get about 10,000 page views per month, most from search engines.
On algebra.com I get about $3 per 1,000 page views. It has about 100 times more traffic, also.
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