Are you trying to come up with an effective color scheme for your website?
You can start from a web app helping you to match colors gracefully. The Color Scheme Designer, for instance.
You can try infinite combinations of colors, take a look at the previews, consider color blindness and export your choices to CSS or Photoshop palettes.
Moreover, you can consider studying a little further on many articles like this or that.
Playing with colors is fun!
All the data collected from Nov 2010 to Feb 2011 by Google Analytics is now available through the anonymous data sharing tool.
Here we have some data aggregation by country The first number in each cell represents the metric for the date range Nov10 – Feb11. The parenthesized number is the Year over Year delta compared to a year ago. Broadly speaking, compared to a year ago, websites have seen reduced pages per visit, average time on site and bounce rate.
Moreover, here we have some data by traffic sources. The results about Adwords seem very good, compared to other sources.
Lastly, traffic sources below are identified by how the source and medium parameters are received by Analytics. I see the Other sources are far higher than the ones of the sites I manage.
Do you know QR codes? Pretty old stuff, uh?
A free service called Likify allows you to show your appreciation in the only way that counts: a thumbs-up on Facebook.
The service lets you generate a unique QR code, which can fit in posters, flyers, store fronts, advs, etc.
Each time someone scans the barcode, the number of Likes is tracked, supplying valuable statistics on where and when your items were liked.
Screencast-o-matic is a web app allowing you to record a screencast with a couple of clicks.
You have several options to explore, or you can just click the red button and start recording! Easy and effective.