10,000 milestone passed last night

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Last night, and this was cause for a wild orgy of celebration amongst the more geekish members of the www.audlem.org webteam, we had our 10,000th

visitor since the site started on 25th August last year. The figures have been growing rapidly in recent months with over 100 people a day now visiting the site. But, as you can see on the Homepage, even geeks have a romantic streak with the appearance this morning of the Valentine rose. After all, if it's good enough for Google, it's good enough for us!

We would have offered a bottle of champagne to the 10,000th visitor but, whilst we can count our visitors, there's no way anybody can be identified. So, whoever you were, take consolation in the fact that we raised a glass to you!

 

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