Other features include uptime monitoring, extensive filtering controls, and some fun items like old-school hit counters and webrings as well as the ability to track kudos (i.e., page “likes”). On top of everything else, Tinylytics respects user privacy. Tinylytics doesn’t store anything that could be personally identifying, such as IP addresses and user agent strings (more info), nor does it set any cookies.
So happy to see the private and simple @tinylytics start to get the attention it deserves!
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