...a barely thematic journey through my tangentizing mental life...
Too soon to make this the first hit from The Netherlands. Will try again later!Greetings,Andrew B
Just trying to generate a hit on NL
I put a clustermap up a while back. It's good so see where people are connecting from.
Looks like NL is on the map now!
I saw that! Yeah!
Looks like Andrew's dot is about the same size as mine (though mine is a bit far south)
Mark, if this is driven by IP numbers how can it be more precise than indicating a country (outside the US)? So, you are just part of the UK dot.Obviously, the solution is for Scotland to declare independence from the UK! ;-)
And the centre of gravity of the UK is on the south coast of England!
Mark,There now seems to be a Scottish blob distinct from the English blob.
Ooh! Could that be me? My ISP is located in the north of England, but it's a static IP registered at my business address.
Could be. I checked the "by location" list on sitemeter and all the UK hits are from Tredington, Gloucestershire. [and, just to be honest here, yes, i'm a bit of a data fanatic (thus sitemeter, the map thingy, google analytics, and I can't remember what else. but then, my job at the university is "institutional research"--which is all about data and demographics.]
"... all the UK hits are from Tredington ..."But there seem to be two separate blobs on the UK. Any further explanation on that?Said one data fanatic to the other. ;-)
according to google analytics, most UK hits (counting all 2006 so far) are from a lovely city called "no data" (80) and from Gloucestershire (43). others include Milton Keynes (9), Wiltshire (7), and Lambeth (7).Hmmm.
"no data" - that'll be me:-D
Thought it might be... ;-)