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I am not sure if it really means anything but, 26.7% of GigaOM readers are using Mozilla or some variant as their browser, while Internet Explorer is at 21.46%. Among the feed readers, Feed Demon is #1 with 7.65% share of the RSS traffic, while Net […]

I am not sure if it really means anything but, 26.7% of GigaOM readers are using Mozilla or some variant as their browser, while Internet Explorer is at 21.46%. Among the feed readers, Feed Demon is #1 with 7.65% share of the RSS traffic, while Net News Wire is #2, and NewsGator is #3 followed by Sharp Reader. 54% users are on Windows, while 13% are on Mac OS. Rest are on Unix, though everyday 24 or so use their Web TV browser to connect. (Those readers are hard core, for they have to put up with slow downloads and bad browser experience!) There is a new OS called “unknown” which is used by 28.97% of GigaOM readers.

  1. You must have a lot of bot traffic–there is no way 1/3 of the GigaOm readers are coming from Unix desktops.

    That is further shown by having the big 2 browsers having 50% share.

    Neat stuff though.

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  2. Sure there is some bot trafic and all, but in terms of actual desktops, well, this is the breakdown. what i found amazing was the popularity of mozilla and its variants.

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    Now that the famous Firefox advertisement has run in the New York Times, I’ve seen several folks publishing figures for the browser mix hitting their weblogs. Tim Bray Tim Bray (of Sun Microsystems) updates his chart roughly every weekend. On his site,…

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