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Thanks to bringing in the new year with a lovely flu I didn’t get around to compiling a list of the top 25 most-viewed stories of 2014 on Theprp.com. Keep in mind these were the stories most read that were actually posted during 2014. Read on for the list of…

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If you’ve hit Theprp.com today you’ve likely noticed a few changes. Some are temporary, others are not. First up Disqus has been implemented for commenting. While I understand this may not be your preferred commenting method and appreciate what we had built with the prior system, it unfortunately was in…

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In regards to the recent downtime, theprp.com was recently moved to a new server with a better processor, more ram and the like. Of course, true to theprp form, there was some speed bumps hit along the way. Hopefully the brief interruption is now over, but if something breaks, it…

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If you’re curious as to what the twenty most visited stories of 2013 were on theprp.com then see below, for these are the stories which you lot clicked on the most: #20: As I Lay Dying Vocalist Tim Lambesis Arrested For Trying To Have His Estranged Wife Killed (Updated) #19…

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So a few days into the new prp layout and the dust is settling. There’s still a few irons in the fire and ideas are being tossed around. Polls, some new prp shirts finally (that is if anyone gives a shit), some tweaking of comments, etc. Not entirely sure if…

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So some of you are surely curious as to why Google was reporting the site as a potential malware threat. Once again, new security exploits were found in the most recent installation of theprp.com’s ad server which saw it become compromised. Apologies, all of the exploited code has been wiped…

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Seems like it was only (ahem) six months ago when I last posted on here. Since then the site has continued to once again grow and a lot of you have been commenting and spreading the word, which is rad. What wasn’t rad was having a malware infection on the…

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So less than one month since the official public launch of the new site design and there’s already been over 1000 posts made and nearly 600 comments. Traffic continues to rise and so far the only real criticism has been that the new prp logo looks like something a white…