Statistics can say anything, or they can be totally meaningless.
I do sometimes take a look at the statistics for this blog, and I am noticing that in the past week, 39% of pageviews came from people using the Firefox browser vs. 29% from people using Internet Explorer (15% Safari, 10% Chrome, etc.). On my PCs and my laptop, I've never used anything but Internet Explorer... Can anybody give me some idea why they think Firefox might be better? (Faster? -- IE is already fast)
Other stats: 86 views from Russia this past week, 42 from Germany. The Germany number I believe, but why is Russia in second place after the U.S.? I still think some Russian hackers might be up to no good.
Windows was the #1 operating system of my viewers, Linux #2, Macintosh #3. I've figured out that it's the Russians using Linux (whatever that is).
Statistics can be endlessly fascinating, or they can be dull as dirt. Thanks for sticking with me. спасибо to all you Russians.