Who are ya?

Reviewing my site statistics and guessing from the different commenters I’ve had, I’m estimating a have a regular readership, a small proportion of which comment regularly. If you aren’t one of the regular commenters, and even if you are, please comment now.

I want to know who you are and where you are.

Obviously this is an extremely unscientific survey and I suspect only the people who usually comment will comment, but if you happen to have come across this page, let me know!

13 Responses to “Who are ya?”

  1. Lachlan Hardy responds:


    I read your feed. I often click through to the site, but not every article

    I live in Sydney these days and work for a major media organisation doing front-end development. You can probably find out more than you’d ever need to know about me by checking my Flickrstream

    I came for the accessibility and I stay for the rants

  2. Seb Crump responds:

    Who I am: Senior Digital Media Consultant for a government dept. (with particular interests in accessibility and usability). Only recent RSS subscriber.
    Where I am: London

  3. Anthony Casey responds:

    Who am I: a web designer working for Chester City Council. I’ve started reading since seeing your entertaining talk at the Awesome Government Websites 2.0: The Next Generation: Deep Space 9!!! gubbins in Nottingham.

    Where am I: I live on the Wirral and, well obviously, work in Chester.

  4. Anthony Casey responds:

    Don’t you hate it when you fill in your URL in wrong once, but it stays in the autofill for EVER!

  5. Mike responds:

    It’s me. You already know the answers to your questions, the rest of the blogosphere will have to try a little harder if they want to know too…
    oh, ok. I’m in London, there. that’s all you’re getting.


  6. Roger Johansson responds:

    I’m me, and I’m in Sweden. And I like your ethanol dogs right next to my scrollbar.

  7. JackP responds:

    Hello to you all, especially those of you I’ve not said hello to before.

    @Roger, I think you’re the first person to comment on my secret alcohol hidden around the site. Well, if I’m going for the chemist theme, I just had to go for one of my favourite chemicals…

  8. Gareth Rushgrove responds:

    *Hands up waving*

    Newcastle, general web geek and occasional commenter.

  9. Mike Cherim responds:

    Me :)

  10. Rich Pedley responds:

    I’ve been reading for a while. I’ve done some web site accessibility work in my time - but usually behind the scenes.

    I’m up in Liverpool, UK.

    And yes I like your current design!

  11. Steve responds:

    Howdy. Reading for a few months now and always up for a meme!

  12. Emma responds:

    I’ve been reading for a few weeks now. I really needed a good accessibility blog to read and now the hole has been filled.

    I’m in London.

  13. Dan responds:

    Oops, missed this one first time around, but I’m present sir!

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