I posted an article earlier about the 134 nations that have provided readers to The Chamber since its inception in December 2020. There seemed to be some interest in it, so I now intend to give a weekly report of sorts on from which nations our readers originate. I hope to do this every Friday, but as I have learned from experience, it is one thing to plan a regular report and another to carry it through. So, I will post them as often and as regularly as I can, but I am making no promises as to how long what I am for now calling “the Global Readers Report” will run.
For this week: from April 27 to May 3, readers from the above 31 nations (other than the US) visited The Chamber. There was at least one visitor from each of the above countries.
These statistics come from WordPress, but I have reason to believe that they at least occasionally undershoot the actual numbers. For example, early one morning, I noted that twenty pages had been read by the only visitor of that day to that point, who was evidently capable of trilocation, because he/she had come from Ireland, Italy, and Israel. In the future, when I have more time, I will include other sources of information.
By the way, the blue highlight over the Palestinian Territories means nothing other than that is where my cursor was when I started cutting the snippet to make this image.
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