2011 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2011 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 72,000 times in 2011. If it were an exhibit at the Louvre Museum, it would take about 3 days for that many people to see it.

Click here to see the complete report.

Note: You probably don’t want to click that link. You see, the wordpress programmers aren’t idiots, but they are complete dickhead douchebag assholes and they’ve managed to cobble together a “report” which contains a miniscule amount of information presented in a way which maximizes CPU consumption. You’re looking at several CPU-years of processing here to get about a kilobyte — that’s right, a kilobyte — of actual information. WordPress programmers, you’re fucking ASSHOLES. And I should know, because I’m an asshole. Alright, I do realize that it’s probably not the programmers, it’s probably management insisting that the programmers produce asshole software. In any case it is pretty goddamned annoying. Knock it the fuck off, you idiot-assholes. Are you trying to drive me away?

Using the Readability plugin, I was able to scrape some of the info from the asshole report:

Where did they come from?

* North America88.0% The United States
* 9.4% Canada
* 1.9% Mexico
* 0.1% Puerto Rico
* 0.1% Costa Rica

* Europe
* 23.8% The United Kingdom
* 10.1% France
* 9.2% Germany
* 5.4% Netherlands
* 5.3% Italy

* Oceania
* 75.2% Australia
* 23.7% New Zealand
* 0.5% Fiji
* 0.3% Solomon Islands
* 0.2% Northern Mariana Islands

* Asia
* 25.0% India
* 13.4% Malaysia
* 11.9% Philippines
* 7.3% Singapore
* 6.0% Indonesia

* South America
* 48.8% Brazil
* 34.1% Argentina
* 7.6% Colombia
* 4.5% Chile
* 1.5% Venezuela

* Africa53.7% South Africa
* 12.9% Egypt
* 5.5% Mauritius
* 4.5% Kenya
* 4.0% Tunisia

Most visitors came from The United States. The United Kingdom & Canada were not far behind.

~ by scaryreasoner on January 1, 2012.

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