Archive for September, 2006

(new?) French WA tool : Weboscope

They have a site at

They look like a Xiti clone; does anyone have more info on them?


Weboscope is apparently a web-beacon solution offered by the French portal Weborama


How to explain RSS the Oprah way

Interesting approach for the non-techie RSS user 🙂
“We all have busy lives with very little time. Web surfing is fun but can take hours going to visit every single website and blog you enjoy. Wouldn’t it be fabulous if you could just get all the headlines of the most current stories from all your favorite websites and blogs in one place?

Well now you can, and it is called RSS feed. ”

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SNL Commercial: Dillon Edwards Investments at www.clownpenis.fart

Why you should hurry and reserve your domain name right away 🙂

Update: dead link, video is at

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The New Link Between Designer and Developer

The idea of a “good” experience has never been as mainstream as it is now, and that is part of the appeal of Rich Internet Applications. We now have the tools to bring that kind of rich experience to the web. We can have the sophistication of the desktop and the power of the web. The roles of designers and developers become increasingly closer.

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Lost Secrets Revealed Online

Fans of ABC’s hit SF series Lost who played this summer’s alternate-reality game The Lost Experience got a big payoff if they stuck with it: the secret to Hurley’s numbers (4, 8, 15, 16, 23 and 42) and revelations about the Dharma Initiative and the Hanso Foundation.

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Mozilla fixes several Firefox flaws

Mozilla released Firefox to address flaws that could expose systems to man-in-the-middle, spoofing and cross-site scripting attacks.

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Optimus Keypad is shipping! (pics inside)

This is the keypad I’ve been waiting for 🙂
With configurable icons for each key, it’s a power user’s dream!

NOTE: this article only presents the 3-key mini keypad, a precursor of the full 102-key Optimus keyboard

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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 où je parle de ces petits détails chers à 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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