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Comment of the Day - November 1, 2005
The statistics are probably no better than one
full percentage point. One is also left to wonder how the statistics
are both compiled and processed. For example, are these numbers based
upon unique users (seemingly - if more than one machine is behind a
router they share a common IP address) or just page loads/requests? The
latter is no more than a skewed weighted average of user activity on
sites, not a statistical measure of the tools employed.
I have reason to believe Firefox usage is climbing, e.g. just learned
last week at my daughter's school Firefox is the installed browser.
This was a shock given their tilt towards Microsoft OS and
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