Thursday, May 22, 2014

Who's Reading, sort of halfway 2014 edition

Oh, we haven't taken a look recently.  Plus I'm sick and now behind on real work.  I'll do a roundup next week, how about that.

I thought the browser stats were interesting.  Firefox number four??  I have been fazing it out myself after the recent gestapo action, but I do consider it to be the best browser.  On the gestapo action, I'm not sure folks ever paid attention to the fact that when he donated money to Prop 8 in California, President Obama himself still opposed same-sex "marriage."  I guess that's one of those inconvenient facts that needs to get brushed under the rug to justify lynching people.
Browser Sessions % Sessions
1
Safari
23.57%
2
Internet Explorer
23.22%
3
Chrome
21.85%
4
Firefox
15.73%
5
Mozilla Compatible Agent
7.85%
6
Android Browser
3.89%
7
Safari (in-app)
2.22%
8
Amazon Silk
0.56%
9
Opera
0.45%
10
Opera Mini
0.30%
If I actually tested the content rendering, I'd care more, haha. But since I don't I trust if somethings broke, I'd hear from someone.  Seems fair.

Figure I'd include the NSA there on top.  There are several reasons why the location is not set.  It's usually tops but I'm not sure if I ever include it.  Time to pay my number one city a visit, maybe for Twins Brewers?  I'm surprised to see little old La Crosse still up there on the list - I have to think that some of the surrounding cities must be also getting flagged as La Crosse traffic.

Rank City Percent
1 (not set) 6.28%
2 Milwaukee 4.37%
3 Chicago, IL 4.15%
4 Madison 3.65%
5 La Crosse 3.19%
6 New York, NY 1.84%
7 St. Louis, MO 1.17%
8 Wauwatosa 1.01%
9 De Pere 0.91%
10 Appleton 0.88%

4 comments:

  1. I don't know how to do that. I never check my stats - I think mine are so low they don't even show up for the NSA.

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    1. I use Google Analytics because Bloggers never seem right, always showing how many felines versus canines, I mean, how do they know this stuff?!

      I suppose if someone were in Purgatory reading blogs it would probably come up as not set.

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  2. Purgatory or those who read off their phone and shut off GPS? ;-)

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    1. Haha, a terrible purgatory it would be! Actually I think that even with GPS off, it would use the IP address of the cell tower.

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