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    Filed at 7:16 pm under by dcobranchi

    Here are the results of the HE&OS blogreaders survey. I couldn’t get it to work under FF, but switching the rendering engine to IE brings up some very pretty graphs. I found the family size results somewhat surprising.

    UPDATE: The alcohol consumption ones are interesting, too. Bunch of tee-totalers.

    11 Responses to “WHO WE ARE”


    Comment by
    sam
    July 25th, 2007
    at 8:20 pm

    I don’t recall that I ever got around to doing that, for which I’m truly sorry. I’d love to have helped get your drinking stats a little higher.


    Comment by
    COD
    July 25th, 2007
    at 8:56 pm

    No IE rendering engine on Linux, so I guess I’ll miss out on the pretty graph.


    Comment by
    Andrea
    July 25th, 2007
    at 9:41 pm

    Darn I knew I forgot to do something (I think). Another linux tech head here.


    Comment by
    Unique
    July 26th, 2007
    at 6:11 am

    Geez. How did I miss your survey?

    I love skewing statistics. Shoot. Do it again sometime?


    Comment by
    Daryl Cobranchi
    July 26th, 2007
    at 6:28 am

    It’s run once/yr.


    Comment by
    Meg
    July 26th, 2007
    at 8:54 am

    shot, I missed it too. When did you do it?


    Comment by
    Daryl Cobranchi
    July 26th, 2007
    at 9:00 am

    cobran...p=7640


    Comment by
    sam
    July 26th, 2007
    at 11:19 am

    Oh, and it showed up just fine on Firefox for me.


    Comment by
    Rob
    July 26th, 2007
    at 1:28 pm

    Aw, man – I missed it! I could have been the token mormon…


    Comment by
    Bonnie
    July 26th, 2007
    at 11:14 pm

    I missed it too. I could have gotten the 8+ household number up! Darn!


    Comment by
    Crimson Wife
    August 3rd, 2007
    at 12:46 am

    I’m surprised that you didn’t get a single Catholic as it’s the largest Christian denomination in the U.S. I’m also surprised you did not get any people who started reading and writing blogs in 2007.

    I guess I must be the odd one out among your readers…