For those out there who are interested in statistics, or want to know more about the other readers of this web site, I’ve put together a little overview of the visitors.
It contains information about countries people come from, what platform they’re on and what web browsers they are using.
These statistics are from the first nine months of 2006, so I think they’re a fairly good representation of the average values.
Where people come from
The United States are in a strong lead here, with UK coming in at a second place; just behind UK is my home country, Sweden, in a proud third place. Looking at the list here, you might understand why I’ve chosen English instead of Swedish to write in, and understand why I’m happy about that choice.
Not surprisingly, Windows are in first place here. Noteworthy, though, is the high percentage of Mac users, and especially Linux users with a whopping four percent.
Yes, I’ve saved the (probably) most interesting to last: what web browsers people are using. Why I think this is particularly interesting is that the web browsers web standards-aware web developers use differ substantially from what “regular” users on the internet surf with. So, here goes:
I just wish the spread between web browsers was more representative for the whole web, so there would be some more competition and balance between web browser vendors. But we’re getting there, don’t worry. 🙂
PS. I’m sure some people will just think this is some kind of bragging, but to me it’s rather about being grateful for reaching out to a lot of people. So, thanks for reading! DS.