|10/05/08 5:21:20 pm||testblog/2007_12_01_archive.html||XP IE6|
|10/12/08 5:44:41 pm||testblog/||XP IE6|
|10/12/08 10:00:55 pm||2008/09/thank-you-google-i-think.html||From Google in NY OS X Firefox|
|10/12/08 10:52:20 pm||testblog/2007/12/test-2.html||XP IE6|
|10/13/08 2:35:03 am||testblog/2007/12/test.html||XP IE6|
|10/18/08 1:41:10 am||testblog/2007/12/test-2.html||XP IE6|
|10/18/08 4:48:18 am||testblog/||XP IE6|
|10/18/08 11:21:47 am||testblog/2007/12/test.html||XP IE6|
|10/19/08 7:47:43 pm||2008/10/thinkpad-xp-sp3-wi-fi.html||XP IE6|
|10/20/08 5:53:27 am||2007_12_01_archive.html||XP IE6|
|10/23/08 2:51:24 pm||2008/10/thinkpad-xp-sp3-wi-fi.html||XP IE6|
|10/26/08 3:12:51 pm||2008/02/gps-and-google-maps.html||WinNT IE7|
"can i imports maps to mio c320"
What on earth is going on with Google?
Why do they keep visiting my test blog? And those entries aren't even active. They're test entries when I was experimenting with using Blogspot's ftp method of publishing.
Someone from Google's New York office even visited.
I think it's interesting to notice that most visits were from Windows XP, IE6, and 1024x768 display. Probably the same PC.
Google, what are you up to?