You Are Either in Michigan or Near Washington, D.C.

Posted: December 20th, 2005 | Author: | Filed under: Blogosphere, Technology | 1 Comment »

The other day I stumbled across gVisit.com, a website that gives you some simple javascript to plug into your website whereby “You will be given your own URL that lets you track the visitors to your website using Google Maps.” Prett neat, I thought, and plopped it in. Today on a whim I clicked on the link to view the map (it’s in the “recent comments” section to the right) and was surprised to discover my readership is just about as balkanized as the content on this website. If I had the energy I could launch two distinct “faces” pulling only the correct entries from wordpress, but in the meantime I offer some topical navigation links above.

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One Comment on “You Are Either in Michigan or Near Washington, D.C.”

  1. 1 DCBlogs said at 2:54 pm on August 8th, 2006:

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