Wednesday, May 07, 2008
Where in the world are you?
Last week on the Today show was the annual "Where in the world is Matt Lauer?" week. I actually got to watch four of the five days (slept in on Thursday and missed it, I was on spring break and felt I should sleep in at least one morning, I won't have much sleeping in time available in about two weeks so I guess I should take advantage while I can). So anyway, Matt's adventures and a look at my overly crowded clustermap (Scroll down on right side of blog) has led me wonder why people from all over the world are reading my blog. I have known that Canadians and Australians were reading for a while now, but what's up with Africa and the Middle East? The spot in the middle of the Pacific confused me for some time until I figured out it was Hawaii (I teach science not geography). I think the one's from China are self explanatory and some of the dots can be explained by accidental visits from Google. So if you are a regular and want to claim a dot, leave a comment and let me know where you are and if you are (or have) adopting as well. Also leave a blog link if you have one, that way I can visit you too.
Posted by Carrie at 5/07/2008 06:37:00 PM