Checking to see how well your web properties are performing is an absolute breeze when utilizing one of many solutions available today. Google Analytics is a popular, free analytics suite for websites and the search giant has just released an official app for the iPhone and iPad. Downloading and installing this client will enable webmasters to log into their Google accounts and really dig deep at exactly how visitors are interacting with services and pages available.
Following the launch of the new iPad there's been a lot of discussion about how, and where or even whether, websites should update to support the needs of HiDPI screens like Apple's Retina display. If users are going to be looking at websites on a Retina display iPad, and one day Retina display Macs, HiDPI Android and Windows displays, and other high density screens, having them look as good as possible is a definite concern.
I've mentioned a couple times already, given the recent flare-up in the discussion about iPad and iPhone not supporting Flash, that not so long ago you had a hard time using any browser other than IE6 because of another proprietary plugin -- Microsoft's ActiveX. Times change, though, and these days Firefox, Safari, and Chrome users seldom if ever come across the big red X. It's possible Flash and its blue lego block will soon be likewise optional on major sites.