When checking the logs on the Drupal sites I run I often find myself copying the IP and searching it on google. Most of the time it is when I'm looking at a page not found or login attempt failure and I would like to know if these came from some sort of spam or a legitimate user. This process became a little tedious, so I created the Watchdog Event Extras module.
Basically what the module does is overrides the standard drupal log event page, outputting the same and adding a drupal_alter() call. At the moment the module includes two sub modules, the first of which adds geolocation data derived from the hostname and the freegeoip.net web service with the second adding data from the stopforumspam.com web service.
Any other module can also add data to the report page by implementing MYMODULE_watchdog_event_extras_alter(&$rows, $dblog)
Cheick it out https://www.drupal.org/project/watchdog_event_extras
Also, don't forget to checkout the Link Favicon Formatter module if you ever needed to add a site favicon to a link field: https://www.drupal.org/project/link_favicon_formatter