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Site News Last week, The Register's servers dished out 3,428,699 pages to readers (and plenty more to robots and spiders).

This was a record week for us and included our new record day on Friday, when we served 642,381 pages. And that's without the aid of downloads, product reviews, message boards, job boards, a white label auction service, or database strings to ensure the front page can't be recalled from local cache.

In the 30 days to 6 January, The Register had 1.1 million readers, another new record for us. Clearly, many of you are new to our publication. Welcome. ®

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