I am still gradually recovering from the loss of my last computer. I decided to try Open Office on the new one instead of buying MS Office or using my super old version, but Open Office makes my graphs uglier than they already were, so I am just going to install MS Office 2000. My workplace is no better.
This site got over 600 views in August. I've got visitors from over 30 countries. Eastern Asia is especially interested in the Principals of Recreation. Many of you are looking for probability tables for Shadowrun 4th edition and World of Darkness, and for strength and intelligence information for D&D. Many of you are also looking for the probability of death from falls of different heights, adult weight distributions, and adult deadlifting capabilities. I have very few return visitors, as most of you tend to be searching for something in particular, find it and leave.
My personal favorite posts do not turn up in people's searches, and have very few views: RPG mechanics taxonomy, determining if dice are lucky, and a taxonomy of action success probability systems.
Projects I have in mind for the future are to finish out the deadlifting series, revisit death by falls for each system individually with greater detail, interviews with RPG designers, commentary on intelligence simulation, and the most comprehensive list of possible in-game effects.