Analysing you, Dear Reader…

Even though this blog is but a few weeks old I have enough data in the logs to establish a few things about the readership.  Hopefully I can use this to tailor my content to suit your needs.  The first thing I’ve noticed is that many of you are embracing the Web 2.0.  We get a ton of incoming visits from sites like digg, reddit, technorati and del.icio.us.  So obviously, I’m dealing with a pretty switched on bunch.  Secondly, we have quite a few (in the couple of hundred) people reading our feed.  Logs ScreenshotFor a new blog with relatively few posts, I think thats quite impressive.  I’m not sure of this is indicative of this kind of readership, but we seem to have an abnormally high number of FireFox, Safari and OSX users.  The screenshot to the left demonstrates that quite nicely.

I think one interesting stat that really goes a fair way to explain this is that the few OSX centered posts have been very popular.  In fact, the 4 OSX posts so far account for over 80% of all page views.  Thats 4 posts out of 17.

So, I’ve decided to try and focus on some more OSX articles.  Originally I had only planned on writing 2 as well as responding to breaking news and rumours.  But, seeing as they’ve been so popular, I’ll see what I can come up with.  Personally, I think the popularity of my OSX articles is down to one thing, I’m a newbie to OSX.  I don’t really know what I’m doing and many of my daily workflows are, well, fudged.  There have been so many articles and blog posts written on the subject of OSX where the author has a real sense of self-superiority.  The fact that I really don’t know what I’m talking about seems to have gone down quite well.  Anyway, I hope you’ll carry on reading the stuff that gets posted, and please feel free to contribute.