A simple solution would be to either add google analytics to the site and get the data processed for us or run some open source software over the web server logs.
That is not a solution, apache/mod_perl/PerlMonks already keeps logs/stats -- all that would do is share them with google
I'm not sure how hard it would be, but all you have to do is persuade gods to share some awstats generated pages with you
I vaguely recall a long time ago maybe some user-agent strings were posted, but I'm probably misremembering, its not listed on Stats Page
See also Most popular links on homenodes
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