November 11, 2010 - experience / information technology / internet / user interface

Some data to share from the site statistics over the last month. Usually, an English language website will have the US, UK and Canada as the top three countries of origin for visits. For some reason, Kenya is currently number two for this site between the US and UK. The visitors are mostly from Nairobi and are spending a fair amount of time on the site, with a few visits from Eldoret as well. I do peripherally know someone who is doing fieldwork in Kenya, perhaps it’s related.

Otherwise, most of the site visitors come from the USA, and the majority of those are in New York, California, Oregon and Washington.

Here are the key words that are bringing readers to the site, the second to the last is my favorite:

exoanthropology, religion and technology, information technology and religion, mor anthropology, jenna tiitsman, religion and information¬†technology, religion technology, cyberculture film, effects of information technology on religion, information system and religion, information technology in religion, information technology religion, mesopotamia technology, new age religion and technology, pope vehicle, “second life” best shapes, “two types of religions” rituals, abolitionism, ancient egypt river of death, apple lion vlaams belong, apple the new religion social research, auto complete algorithm, autocomplete google algorithm manipulate, autocomplete religion venn diagram. bodies of water in mesopotamia, bruno latour religion ritual, buddhist and technology, bureaucratic foxconn, can sun make the river death, captain kirk religion technology, castells the rise of the network society, charmed tv show embedded witchcraft, contemporary christian architecture, copenhagen finger plan, craig howe lakota, crossing over in ancient egypt, crossing river after death, cybercultures and ritual, cyborgism, earth becoming mars, effect of information technology on religion, effect of technology on religion and ethics, energy technology and religion, ethnography and religion, exoanthropologist, films that combine religion and technology, fish fillet sandwich, genesis and geography, get superhuman abilities,¬†google autocomplete algorithm