your referrer page includes links from people’s Web-based e-mail, like Yahoo! Mail and AOL. I wonder what they were e-mailing about. I can’t tell from the link and, of course, I can’t get into their e-mail to see what it was.
I check in with my referrer page about once a day. I like to see what’s bringing traffic to my blog. Mostly, it’s Internet searches for dying hair with Kool-Aid (Don’t know what that has to do with my blog? Read about it.) and, surprisingly enough, about 5 -10 searches for Blair Hornstine a day. (I mention Blair Hornstine in connection with plagiarism in journalism, not to discuss her situation as valedictorian or a prospective student at Harvard University, which is what most people seem to want to know about.) Occasionally, someone actually links to my blog.
I wish I had that kind of access to stats for other sites I work on. It’d be neat to see if anyone actually uses the Special Libraries Association News Division Web site or the page with numbers about Harvard.