Tuesday, 22 March 2005

One of the popular topics of conversation lately (I won't use the fancy-dancy blogger terms, sorry...) has been the reawakening of the browser wars. I don't think it's quite like it was back in the day, but certainly it's gotten a bit more interesting of late...

Out of curiosity, I went to take gander at the stats to see if there was anything about the browsers being used by viewers of my weblog (web browser stats only below - no RSS numbers taken into account).

No big surprises, but I think the percentage of people who view my site using Firefox might be slightly higher than the web-wide average? Current traffic on March 22nd, accumulated since March 1st:

Browser name Page views % of traffic
MS Internet Explorer 552668 68.7 %
Firefox 128130 15.9 %
Unknown 65443 8.1 %
Netscape 20808 2.5 %
Safari 11990 1.4 %
Mozilla 11602 1.4 %
Opera 8137 1 %
NetNewsWire 2648 0.3 %
Konqueror 771 0 %
Camino 262 0 %
  Others 1083 0.1 %

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Tuesday, 22 March 2005 00:18:03 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
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Tuesday, 22 March 2005 01:56:21 (Pacific Standard Time, UTC-08:00)
I'm a happy geek, seeing that I seemingly convinced some of my readers to use Firefox - I have 25.7% Firefox Hits (not Page Views, that may make a difference as well - IE is at 60.7%).

See here: http://stats.bturtle.ch/www.haslo.ch/#browsers

Yes, I agree, the Browser wars are raging :-)
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