Archive for July, 2006

Switching to English!

Oh noes! what happened? Julien’s blog posts are now in English!!?

Well, it just so happens that my day is spent speaking English over 80% of the time so I figured it’s only fair I finally switched.

Bilingual posts will have an excerpt in the other language to help persuade visitors to keep reading, if only for a few more lines 😉

As a result, some posts will be translated over the coming days, and the blog’s interface will gradually be Englicized as well (sp.)


Onward to brighter mornings!

I can never get enough North Korean propaganda movies 😀


While we’re at it, I found an interesting article on how North Korea profits from international aid: they steal the Chinese trains the aid packages are transported on!!!

Link: Dirty Little Secrets

Clicktale tracks AJAX activity

Unlike traditional web analytics that produce only pure statistics, ClickTale ( gives webmasters the ability to watch movies of users’ individual browsing sessions. Every mouse movement, every click and every keystroke are recorded for convenient playback.

Link: ClickTale

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On report visualization

In France we usually say that “a good drawing is better than a long explanation“.
This is only true to some extent.
Continue reading ‘On report visualization’

Welcome to Julien Coquet’s blog!

This blog is titled Negligible Quantities, after these small details that you always miss... and that end up messing up your plans!

Web culture in general and Web Analytics in particular depend on details. Most of my posts relay information that consists of details of importance to me.

I am Country Manager for France for the Web Analytics Association (WAA)

Bienvenue sur le blog de Julien Coquet

Ce blog est un espace oĂč je parle de ces petits dĂ©tails chers Ă  mes analyses du Web.

Vous y trouverez des billets sur mon humeur du moment, mes coups de coeurs mais aussi mes coups de gueule :-)

Je suis responsable pour la France de la Web Analytics Association (WAA)

Le nom du blog, Negligible Quantities, est inspiré de Manu Larcenet et de ses Quantités Négligeables

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