For free, Sitemeter maintains a running summary of the last hundred visitors to the blog, showing when they arrived, what page they clicked in on, and where they (or, more accurately, their ISP addresses) are located geographically. Sometimes I scan this list looking at the places and wondering how these people happened to show up at Ktismatics. Here are some of the latest 100 visitors:
Sao Paulo; Calcutta; Setubal, Portugal (I slept in a sleeping bag in a rock quarry in the rain there once); Tel Aviv; Oras, Romania; Chahar, Islamic Republic of Iran, Hebron, Occupied Palestinian Territory; Lenart, Slovenia; Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Toledo, Spain, Kaunas, Lithuania; Yazd, Islamic Republic of Iran; Nova Gradiska, Croatia; Tehran (that’s 3 from Iran, which is pretty typical); Bucharest; Tehran (that’s 4); Athens; (unidentified city), Egypt; Santiago, Chile; Jakarta.
And now that I’ve finished writing this short post I see that Ktismatics’ latest visitor clicked in from… yes, it’s Iran again.