The Internet Is Fun

Have a Mint

recently unveiled Mint, his new website statistics application. I’ve set it up on Exploit Boston and it seems rather fabulous. Mint also has a plug-in API for independent developers to extend the base features. One such plugin is Andrew Sutherland’s OutClicks that tracks the site someone went to when clicking on a link from your website.

About Mint:

The web is listening to what you have to say. Admiring your design. Talking about your product. Mint helps you identify where the most interest is being generated and over what.

Mint provides a fresh look at your site. It is concise, flexible and timely. And to sweeten the deal, this delicious little bundle of PHP, MySQL, and JavaScript joy is referrer-spam-proof.

Mint was developed and beta tested on various Linux servers running Apache with a MySQL database (3.x and up), and PHP scripting (4.2.3 and up). PHP can be run as an Apache module or PHP-as-CGI. Support for Windows servers running Apache is planned but not an immediate priority.