Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 20th Mar 2009 19:37 UTC
OSNews, Generic OSes Recently we've had a couple of articles and discussions on OSNews about browser statistics. Every now and then someone in the comments will ask what OSNews statitstics are like, and what browsers and operating systems our readers are running. Well, recently we installed a fancy new web site analytics program, Mint. I figured I might as well put it to good use by showing some of the browser and platform statistics we've gathered over the past month.
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RE: Work
by Sabon on Sun 22nd Mar 2009 16:37 UTC in reply to "Work"
Sabon
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2005-07-06

I'm not allowed to hook up my Macs at work but found a work around. I work in Tech Support as a Systems Analyst and we have DSL line in our department so we can test VPN accounts which has a wireless router connected to it. The tech that manages this router was sympathetic and gave me the key so I can wireless connect to it. So my stats are based on my G4 PowerBook which runs Tiger.

I notice that it didn't say anything about Safari 4 beta. I use that but before that I used the nightly builds for Webkit. I don't see that listed either. I guess it counts as Safari.

One thought, how about showing us the stats for domains for our e-mail addresses that we use to register here at OS News. That might give us more of an idea where our loyalties lie. Yes I realize that some people will have comcast or some other cable/dsl company as their e-mail address. Those like me those have an @mac.com (@me.com - I HATE me.com, it is so stupid. "me me me me me". I really not that into "me".

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