How to add a new post

If you are a representative of a class, you can get a free account so you can post information about your class reunions and other events. See instructions at the bottom of the page for how to get an account.

The video below gives a quick lesson on how to add a “post” to the site. A post shows up both on the home page, and as its own page (the individual page is best for sharing on Facebook and other “social networking” sites).

How do people find this web site?

Below is a list of the top twenty search terms people used to find this web site (results from the month of June 2009):

Search term# of hitsPercent
berkeley high reunion 1959176.6 %
berkeley high school class of 1981124.6 %
berkeley high school class of 197993.5 %
berkeley high alumni93.5 %
berkeley high reunion class of 197972.7 %
berkeley high school reunion class of 7951.9 %
www.rounkle/1959bhs41.5 %
berkeley high facebook class 198741.5 %
berkeley high school alumni41.5 %
berkeley high reunion41.5 %
berkeley high school class of 195941.5 %
berkley high school class of 198731.1 %
rounkle 1959 bhs31.1 %
berkeley high class reunion of 198931.1 %
berkeley alumni 199131.1 %
berkeley high school reunion 197931.1 %
berkeley high school class of 7931.1 %
berkeley hs 1959 reunion20.7 %
berkeley high yearbook 199220.7 %
berkley high school class of 1989 reunion20.7 %

Just a bit of trivia you may find interesting.

Search engines people used

Search term# of hitsPercent
Google23081.8 %
Yahoo!289.9 %
Google (Images)113.9 %
AOL62.1 %
Windows Live41.4 %

OK, I’ll stop. But just two more:

Computers people are using:

IconComputer type# of hitsPercent
Windows16,88379.6 %
Macintosh3,36815.8 %
Unknown7383.4 %
Linux2050.9 %

Web Browsers used

IconBrowser# of hitsPercent
MS Internet Explorer12,34258.2 %
Firefox4,55221.4 %
Safari2,90113.6 %
Mozilla6192.9 %
Opera4322 %
Netscape1870.8 %
Unknown1550.7 %

If you’re wondering where all this information comes from, there’s a whole “invisible” side of web browsing. When you click on a link, your web browser not only asks the hosting computer for the web page, but also tells it what computer and web browser you are using; this information is often used to adjust the content of the web page to make it display best on your machine. Also, when you click on a link from a search engine, that search engine tells the web site computer which term you used to find them.

Have a current photo of you to post to the Gallery?

If you have a photo of yourself you would like to have posted to your classes corner of the photo gallery, email it to me (lee AT trampleasure DOT net), including your name, class, and caption for the photo (including date).

Please send me photos you won’t mind having up there for a few years. If your class gets more active in the gallery, the coordinator(s) of your class can remove/update photos, but until then I’d really rather not get swamped with requests to change photos.

Lee Trampleasure Amosslee, Class of 1978