I concur with autoboy. How about some more reviews/articles to take advantage of the subsequent spike in traffic from a fairly substantial advertisment of the website. It has been a little slow lately. We didnt already review everything pertinant did we?
I cant think of anything specific ive been wanting to see reviewed though now that i think about it. I just know that i love reading the reviews MikeC does here at SPCR, and i want more.
It's interesting, but while the NYT article brought lots of visitors directly from that article, overall traffic levels were unaffected. You may be surprised, but according to Google Analytics, SPCR's traffic is almost as steady as the tide, with minor variations depending on the day of the week: Peaks early in the week (Mon~Weds), bottoms out Sunday. But no question that many of these are new readers, some of whom may stick around.
I admit new editorial content has been slow to be added for the last couple months. It's been a hectic and disruptive summer, and SPCR has lost much of the staff we had a year ago, so it's time to recruit again. At the same time, it is true that SPCR has covered so much of the fundamentals of PC silencing, and so many products in each category, that anyone who studies the site with some purpose can quickly learn to sort the chaff from the wheat; ie, there aren't many products that seem compelling or essential for us to review these days.
Someone did suggest doing another CPU power survey -- limiting it to just the lower power high efficiency devices, of which there are quite a few these days. This would be a compelling read....