Or more precisely, "Quick Hits..."
Last night, after the State of the Union speech, I posted the text of the speech here.
Perhaps illustrating this president's broad appeal, not only did the post get hits from readers all over the country - Maine, Texas, Oregon, D.C. (of course!), California, Florida, and pretty much every state in between - it received hits from *all* over the world.
Some of the countries of origin for the ISPs of world readers -
U.S. State Department (not a non-US reader per se, but still an interesting hit )
Commission Europeenne (not a country, but still interesting)
United Arab Emirates
Still, while it was gratifying to see the world's interest in what our President had to say, one of the U.S.-based hits was the most intriguing.
At 12:45 a.m. (Arizona time), a reader, using the internet service provider Matanuska Telephone Association, found this blog.
That reader's location?
I don't know that Wasilla's most famous resident was the reader, but since her "reality" TV show was recently cancelled and she doesn't have a day job since she quit on Alaskans almost a year-and-a-half ago, she now has the time for a little late night 'net surfing.
Just sayin'... :)