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In free.christians  I read this message from Therion Ware

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So you force the use to avoid the efficiency of a cache, force
them to use *their* bandwidth, and still don't know if they have
walked way for an hour or so.


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Therion Ware wrote:
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Hi Therion,

Is your email accepting mail, now?  I'm not sure if I have your email
address any more.

This method may help a person keep the time on their computer, but I don't
see how it would allow the site owner to know how long a person was on their


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 On Fri, 23 Jan 2004 20:37:12 GMT in free.christians, Dr. Jason
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Because by checking the streaming server logs you could see how long
the stream continued for. Tot that figure up for each page they visit,
and you have the total time spent on your site. "Maybe".
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I just added this to my site. As others have noted, the accuracy of the
stats you get should be considered questionable or possibly even worthless,
but you might want to try it and see what you think.


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John Burton wrote:
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Thanks for your message and suggestion, John.

I've seen and used Sitemeter.  Unfortunately, it would still only be an IP
tracking/timing system.  We already have that function in CPanel.  I'm
looking for something a little different.


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