Saturday, February 2, 2008

Who Are You People?


Above is a map of recent visitors to this blog. Fifty to one hundred people visit this site each day, many of them repeat visitors, 3500 visitors since I installed a stat counter a few months back! I began blogging mostly as a way to force myself to keep current with the latest digital history sites and technologies, but it turns out that others are interested in the same topics. The vast majority of visitors are from the U.S. and Canada, but there have been readers from numerous other nations as well, including New Zealand, Australia, may locations in Europe, Japan, and Kahzakstan. (I wish my book was half this popular.)

So who are you people? The stat counter tells me where visitors are coming from, but nothing more than that. Introduce yourselves in the comments section, if even pseudonymously.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Jason Navarro, writing from the far away and mysterious location of Diamond MO. Perhaps your Kahzakstan visitor is Borat?

Suzanne said...

Hi Larry! I think your blog is estimable as well.

Larry Cebula said...

Welcome Jason and Suzanne!

Svenc said...

Svenc here. Just checking out the blog!

Larry Cebula said...

Svenc of Metafilter, I take it? Welcome.