I’ve been stalking you, readers.
You know this. I write about it from time to time.
I spent some time in Woopra today once again – it’s been a while since I snooped around, trying to learn about you.
I did a little research today on my most loyal visitors – people who’ve been to this blog more than fifty times. There aren’t that many of you (I mean – fifty is a lot), and I figured I actually know most of you.
Here are a couple of interesting things I’ve learned:
1) Woopra clearly hasn’t captured you all. Whether because you surf in porn mode, or whatever, I can’t see at least a couple of you whom I know are out there. (There’s a couple of Brooklyn people Woopra misses, and at least one in the great Northwest.)
2) The UK is a hotbed of N fans. Really, substantially all of my “frequent flyers” are in the UK. Woopra (which gets precise locations wrong often) thinks you’re in London, in Edgware, in Neasden, in High Wycombe, in Maindenhead (heh heh).
3) Here in the US, where I used to get all my most active readers from LA, it now seems that I only have frequent fliers in New York, with one of you in Connecticut, and one in Virginia,