Last month’s bunch of number-reporting came out successfully, in that it was a thing that existed and I didn’t get in any trouble over it, so I’ll try it again. For September I had a total of 397 pages viewed — my second-highest on record, not all that far below June’s 441, and an improvement viewing-wise from August’s 349 — and 162 viewers — fourth-highest, but up from August’s 141 — which means my pages-per-viewer ratio has gotten to 2.45, pretty trivially behind August’s high of 2.48.
The most popular articles of the past thirty days were:
- Pythagoras and the Golden Middle-Ish, inspired by an odd quote about Pythagoras and which got a bit of help because I know it captured the fancy of a philosopher and passed on to at least one class;
- My Dimmed Stars, about the oddity of someone going around giving mediocre ratings to a lot of articles;
- The Mystery Of My Power Cord, which I actually forgot I wrote, about something odd happening with the computer’s power;
- Missing International Rabbit Day, which was destined for success because our rabbit is more popular than I am;
- Getting To Yes, about an oddity in the download from a quite nice album by the band Steven’s Salute.
The countries sending me the most readers this month are, again, the United States (343, which you surely recognize as the cube of seven), the United Kingdom (7 … really, that few? But you surely recognize that as the cube root of 343), and Canada (6 … I had thought there were more Canadians out there, somewhere, like in Maine or something). Sending me just a single reader each were Argentina, Finland, France, Indonesia, the Philippines, Serbia, South Africa, and South Korea. Indonesia and France carry on their streak of just barely liking me.
I realize all that, while numbers, isn’t particularly humorous, so please consider these: 46, 8 1/4, , the cosine of -7, and the largest number smaller than the square root of two. Thank you.