It’s July 4th here in the USA. One of our most celebrated holidays, and one that almost everyone, including Ryan Caldwell, takes off from the Internets.
So my question to you is this: since the United States of America only makes up something like 1/18th of the world’s population, and since many large regions like India, China, The Middle East, Europe, Korea and Japan have pervasive internet access – when will we stop noticing American holidays on our site statistics’ graphs?
Maybe it’s just that I’m an American. Or maybe it’s because I’m largely unaware of other holidays. But I still get a strong impression that Internet traffic mirrors American culture and American holidays. Shouldn’t this be changing? Or has it already, and I’m just witnessing an illusion?