Thursday, December 22, 2005

Quick Thoughts on How People Get Here.

So I was looking at my sitemeter reports and considering just how it is that people find this blog. Some interesting (and some not so surprising) trends that I noticed:

People have come here from all over the world. There've been visitors from all over the U.S., but also from Canada, Hungary, Switzerland, Australia, England, Argentina, Brazil, Morocco, etc. A world-wide audience.

A lot of people have come here as a result of mentions or links at the places on the blogroll over to the left, including recent visits from people coming here from Pooh's, RIA's, Battlepanda, Concurring Opinions, Legal Reader, and Sam's. So thanks to those people for the visitors.

Another thing I've been looking at is the search terms used on either technorati, blogspot, or google that have led people here. A few are looking for NSA / Wire-tapping information (NSA, wiretaps, surveillance, illegal eavesdropping, warrants, etc.), a few are looking for Corey Maye or Nguyen Tuong Van information. And, of course, a few have ended up here because they are looking for information (I assume strictly for philosophical consideration) about Jennifer Aniston's nude photos or Britney Spears sex video; hopefully they weren't disappointed.

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