Q: Where do the visitors of your web sites come from?
A: From every corner of the globe.
According to my web site statistics (provided by StatCounter), visitors of my
web pages come from just about all of the populated parts of the planet.
Europeans surf my sites a lot, and so do brazilians, indians, middle easterners,
and south east asians.
And people from Suriname, Senegal, Novosibirsk, Alaska, Vladivostok, Burundi,
several states of the Axis of Evil (including Iran, England, Israel, and Sudan),
Zambia, Oman, Burkina Faso, Ulan Bator, Mali, the Faroe Islands, Bhutan, and the
occupied territories of Mexico known as California and Texas.
All the stans surf by as well: Tadjikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Borat
from Kazakhstan. And the Yeti from the Himalayas, the Tasmanian Devil, Björk
from Iceland, the Loch Ness monster, the Pirates of the Caribbean, Sauron from
Mordor, the cannibals from Congo, the wizards of Hogwarts, and Elvis.
The numerous email entrepeneurs from Nigeria with their special "business
proposals" knock on my door once in a while. The stats also suggest my site
is frequented by the natives of the United States of America, but everybody knows
that country doesn't really exist.
Sometimes the jamaicans are not too stoned to visit my site. And in between scuba
diving and drinking coconut rum, the beachcombers of Mauritius, Trinidad, the
Maldives, Grenada, Reunion, Açores, Hawaii, Fiji, Saint Martin, the Cook
Islands, Madagascar, Tahiti, Barbados, Nouvelle-Calédonie, and the Dominican
Republic also find time to surf my sites instead of the waves.
But no South Pole penguins, polar bears of Greenland, moai of Easter Island, sheep
of Islas Malvinas, or kangaroos in the outback. And the monkeys and anacondas
in the Amazon jungle can't be bothered to go online and check my websites either.
And why doesn't Atlantis have internet?
The little green men from Mars
also drop by occassionally, but their planet is just off the map.