Estamos tan ocupados con las menudencias de cada día que ni nos dimos cuenta de que el pasado 5 de feb. hemos cumplido un año.

Nos lo recordó la empresa que registra las visitas al blog.

Como pueden ver en el correo que nos mandaron, el mapamundi ahora aparecerá vacío, sin los puntos rojos gordos que indican las visitas que tuvismos durante el año (aunque los datos están a buen recaudo).



Más de 107.000 visitas en 12 meses:



From:    “ClustrMaps Team”

dear user,

Many thanks for being a loyal ClustrMaps user for the past year. Now that
a year has elapsed since your account was
registered or archived, we are writing just to let you know that an annual
automatic ‘archive’ of your red dots has taken place, meaning that all
your ‘other’ (previous) red dots are safely stored in the Maps Archive,
which you’ll find by clicking on the Maps Archive link immediately above
your large full-size world map.

Although the map archive has already happened, your existing map will stay
displayed until the NEXT update of your map. This helps to avoid
displaying a totally empty map until there are fresh dots to show.

We sincerely hope this has not caught you by surprise, BUT we fully
appreciate that it may have come at an unexpected moment!  You may not
have been aware of this, although we do explain this on our Products page
listing on

and also on our Frequently Asked Questions page, in particular at the
following part of the page:

The above item in turn contains links to deeper explanations such as

We know that people always like to have ever-more-dots, but the regular
archive is the only way we can avoid having the maps turn into a ‘giant
red smear’, and continue delivering the scalable service that everyone has
come to expect.

The good news is that all of your totals are stored correctly, i.e. the
new maps include the old archived totals in the grand ‘running’ total.  If
it helps to explain things to your own readers, you can always copy and
paste the archive map referred to above (right-click and Save as… or
right-click and View Image and note the URL and use that), and add that in
to the appropriate page near your current active ClustrMaps thumbnail map
with a suitable commentary (e.g. “Last year’s totals:”).

If this has caught you out by mistake, then we apologise and will
endeavour to make this action much clearer in the future.

In the meantime, here is wishing you all the best, and thanks again for
using ClustrMaps!

-The ClustrMaps Team

Publicado el 6 February, 2009
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