Thursday, 20 October 2005

Who reads this blog?

Here’s where the last 100 visitors came from:

4 Comments:

Jim said...

A good representation Ben! Isn't it amazing that you have a voice "heard round the world"! I for one, by the way, always look forward to your postings. Even when you quote Barth and other ne'r do wells.
;-)

Jim

Sean du Toit said...

Well, when I'm in NZ - I read it in NZ. When I'm in SA, I read it in SA, and when I'm in the UK, I read it in the UK. Does that mean I could be 3 separate people on this graph? :)

Thom said...

Where on earth did you get this fine graph? I'm totally ignorant about how to get this kind of information. Care to share?

Ben Myers said...

Hi Sean: Looks like this could make you my most international reader! But if you travel between SA and NZ, then you really ought to stop by Australia as well....

Thom, I just pasted the graph in from my StatCounter page (available free at http://www.statcounter.com/). Most bloggers seem to prefer Sitemeter (also free, at http://www.sitemeter.com/), which can do even nicer graphs. From Sitemeter, you can load up a graph that will keep changing as the visitors change.

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