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No one would have believe in the first years of the 21st century, that forum affairs were being watched from the timeless worlds of of the server farm. No one could have dreamed that we were being scrutinised, as someone with a microscope studies creatures that swarm and multiply.

Few men even considered the possibility of life on other websites, and yet through the gulf of the-net, minds immeasurably superior to ours regarded this site with envious eyes; and slowly, but surely, they drew their plans against us.

dum, dun, dum...

Analog 6.0.12 Download now Available for Windows, Linux and OS X

Analog C:Amie Edition 6.0.12 is now available for Windows, Linux and OS X (intel). Version 6.0.12 updates the detection algorithm used for operating systems and web browsers. Analog now has support for Microsoft Edge, Windows 10, Windows Server 2016, OS X 10.10, Android 5.x and iOS 8/9.

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New home

If you are reading this, then chances are you've already discovered that he site has moved to a new domain name. DynDns, the provider of the ever catchy camie.dyndns.org domain name where this site has lived since Rowena Pike compelled me to create it in the first place are soon to turn the tap off.

DynDNS have become increasingly cash hungry in recent months and years, moving first to restricting the number of Dynamic DNS hosts, then to restricting access to wild cards, terminating accounts if you didn't visit their dyndns.org website once a month to get advertised at and now finally removing the free service altogether.

Fool them really, I can pay them $30 USD a year (£18) and have a nice value add currency conversion charge on my credit card, or I can pay 1and1 £3.50 a year and have no currency conversion charge. Money talks and I suspect that I'm not the only one who has the same view.

Google never really liked indexing the DynDNS address anyway, so advantage Internet, yet at the same time one feels a small twinge as the FQDN used to access the site since Q2 2005 will soon be no more. Thus dear reader, as soon as DynDNS turn off the camie.dyndns.org, www.c-amie.co.uk will be the only way to get here. Please update your bookmarks!

Including live Analog C:Amie Edition statistics on your web page

The vast majority of users will generate an HTML report of their website statistics using either Analog directly or by parsing the Analog output into ReportMagic. But what if you want to be more creative?

I've published a new guide which examples how to use Analog C:Amie Edition to embed statistics directly from Analog into your webpage. The guide outlines how to extract statistics using ASP, however is transferable into PHP, JSP or Ruby - or indeed any language that exposes an XML / XPath parser.

View: Using Analog C:Amie Edition to generate live statistics for inclusion on web pages

Analog 6.0.11 Download now Available for Windows, Linux and OS X

Analog C:Amie Edition 6.0.11 is now available for Windows, Linux and OS X (intel). Version 6.0.11 updates the operating system detection algorithms for the latest Microsoft, Android and iOS platforms. It also adds compatibility mode safe detection for Microsoft Internet Explorer. In practice this means that IE count statistics for users running in compatbility mode will reflect the actual browser running on the PC rather than the browser reported by the user agent.

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Analog C:Amie Edition new micro-site and Config File Generator

We have a new micro-site for all analog content that separates out the existing single page of content. The new site also adds some guides and a browser based basic Analog configuration file generator.

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Analog 6.0.10 Download now Available for Windows, Linux and OS X

Analog C:Amie Edition 6.0.10 is now available for Windows, Linux and yes, for the first time; OS X. Version 6.0.10 continues to improve the operating system detection capabilities of Analog. This release performs a merge with a private test version written by Ian Neath who spotted a new breed of iOS user agent out in the wild that was being channeled into the "Unknown i<Phone, Pod, Pad>" category.

Please note that the OS X binary is considered experimental.

View: Analog 6.0.10 C:Amie Edition

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