It’s a whole year since The Daily Bayonet (TBD) first emerged as an idea in my imagination. The site went live a few days into 2006, so as we approach 2007 let’s see how things went for the Bayonet.
According to Typepad:
2,404 visitors experienced the profound wisdom at TBD
85 gem-like posts graced TBD’s pages, which seems to me like I might be a slacker
11 comments were generated by the TBD’s readers, which seems to me like you readers may be slackers
And who are you? Yes, you the reader(s). Well Sitemeter tells me the following about TBD’s readership:
93% access from English speaking domains, 3% are French (heh)
63% use a version of Internet Explorer while Firefox is 17% and Opera 5%. Whatever the rest of you use, I can only guess.
87% of visitors are from North America, 7% from Europe.
49% of you are American, 38% Canadian. More visitors live east of the Mississippi, which makes sense since TBD isn’t a left coast style blog.
1 visitor pops in from time to time from Morocco, another from China.
11 readers subscribe to the feed I so generously provided (took me a while to figure it out, be grateful!)
So, there is a snapshot of my little corner of the web has been up to this year. To those that read regularly (I’m assuming there are one or two of you), I hope you like it so far. If you’re a casual visitor, well I’m OK with some casual encounters of the blog kind.
I hope to increase output in 2007, and if the Conservative minority government goes to the polls as expected then topics to blog about will be many and varied. I am looking forward to it.
Finally, here is my favourite post from my own archives. Enjoy, and Happy 2007 to you and yours.