We very much doubt that most of our busy readers have the time to check into World Streets on a daily basis. For that reason we make available to our subscribers and sponsors in addition to the daily edition, a monthly summary which brings together in one place all postings and comments in a manner in which the busy reader can scan the month’s titles in a few lines and make a decision as to whether or not to call up and read the full article. Time-efficient communication in an overload world.
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February 2010, the month that was:
Another busy month on Streets, our eleventh, with 7,786 visitors dropping in from 66 countries over the course of the short month to pick up and at least scan a total of 23 widely varied articles, touching on such exotic topics as carsharing in Croatia and Greece, a decent burial for monorails anywhere on the planet, organizing zero CO2 international conferences between China and Paris, working in world languages, Green Drinks for serendipity, fair transport in South Africa, regulating car advertising in Italy, Canada, and the UK, roads vs. streets and Vancouver’s Olympic-try contributions to sustainable transport. All that plus the first World Streets monthly movie program. Read on for more
Who read Streets in February? (Listed in order of frequency of visits)
United States * United Kingdom * Croatia * Canada * Portugal * Spain * Turkey * Brazil * France * India * Czech Republic * Germany * Singapore * South Africa * Italy * Australia * Japan * Sweden * Belgium * Mexico * Poland * Malaysia * Netherlands * Europe * Ireland * Chile * Finland * Iceland * Norway * Austria * Switzerland * China * Israel * Russian Federation * Latvia * Hong Kong * Hungary * Bulgaria * Slovenia * Pakistan * Estonia * Denmark * Saudi Arabia * Egypt * Bangladesh * Taiwan * Ghana * Georgia * Korea * Republic Of * Bosnia And Herzegovina * Guatemala * Cameroon * Colombia * Togo * Bahrain
With this map you can see where the last eighty visitors came from. Generally typical, but from day to day with considerable variations.
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Freely available in March:
To celebrate our first full year of publication, the February report is being made available exceptionally an to anyone who comes to the site asks for it.
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