Lost at sea?

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A cool glitch?

I enjoy looking at my visitors’ data, namely countries and pages they visit. It still puzzles me to no end that one of the most visited pages has to do with my crushing a cricket. Sickos. :)

When I gawked at my most recent visitors’ world map, I saw the above image. It brought forth the image of someone struggling to stay afloat after having gone overboard,  yet considerate enough to Visit the Undersquid while waiting for a rescue party.

Don’t you worry, little guy! I’m coming.

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  1. I’m sure the folks who arrived at the page were just trying to find the scores for the latest English Test match. Leg before wicket, and all that… >.> …I don’t get a visitor’s map on DA…probably for the best, I’d be trying to target specific parts of the world to complete a pin-map. “Yay! Finally got a reply from McMurdo Station!”


    1. You say that like it’s a bad thing. I’d like to complete a pin-map. I know I won’t, but it’s a nifty idea. What I do like is pondering what people from various places are thinking when they click their way here, especially visitors from places in conflict.


  2. I love the map programs. Even if I don’t know what to do with the demographics (“Okay, buffering this post to drop a-a-a-at… ten tonight, to catch my buddies in Osaka during lunch.”), it’s still fun to see who found me, from what nation, using what keywords.


    1. Yes! It *is* fun, unless I see keywords such as “giantess crushes children”. While those visitors don’t stay long, I still wag my finger at crawlers that dared to index me in such a rude manner.

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  3. I am almost certain that that map location is very close to 0 degrees latitude (that is, on the equator) and 0 degrees longitude (on the prime meridian, same as London.)


        1. That’s a great idea. Someone should collage that! If only guppies cruised the waters at surface level, and were often photographed… Oh well.


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