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For those of you, masochists, who like this kind of stuff, here is an amazing table from the Internet World Stats

WORLD INTERNET USAGE AND POPULATION STATISTICS

World Regions

Population
( 2005 Est.)

Population
% of World

Internet Usage,
Latest Data

Usage Growth
2000-2005

% Population
( Penetration )

World
Users %

Africa

896,721,874

14.0 %

16,174,600

258.3 %

1.8 %

1.7 %

Asia

3,622,994,130

56.4 %

323,756,956

183.2 %

8.9 %

34.5 %

Europe

731,018,523

11.4 %

269,036,096

161.0 %

36.8 %

28.7 %

Middle East

260,814,179

4.1 %

21,770,700

311.9 %

8.3 %

2.3 %

North America

328,387,059

5.1 %

223,392,807

106.7 %

68.0 %

23.8 %

Latin America/Caribbean

546,723,509

8.5 %

68,130,804

277.1 %

12.5 %

7.3 %

Oceania / Australia

33,443,448

0.5 %

16,448,966

115.9 %

49.2 %

1.8 %

WORLD TOTAL

6,420,102,722

100.0 %

938,710,929

160.0 %

14.6 %

100.0 %

 ©Copyright 2005, Miniwatts International, LLC. All rights reserved. http://www.internetworldstats.com/stats.htm

There are 70,392,567 host sites (servers) as of August 2005, and last month the total number of Web sites increased by 2.7 million. netcraft.gif

According to Internet Statistics & Online Survey Information there are 625,000,000 searches per day. You do the numbers. OK, so there were 4.3 billion searches in May 2005. If you are interested in performing more efficient searches get thyself to .searchhenginestrategies.gif

Maybe you should try to participate in the Search Engine Strategies 2005 Conference and Expo in San Jose in August.... and you thought Googling was IT, didn't you?

There were about 13 billion Web sites on the WWW (according to Digital Design Network) by mid-2004)... so if you spend only 1 second per site, it would take you 3805.17 years to see them all. Of course,  4,400 new Web sites are born every day... so, even if you lived to be 3500 years old, you would never be able to visit all the sites. However, the 50 "Coolest Websites," according to Time can be found here: time 50sites_banner.gif

"Annual spending by U.S. small businesses on localized e-mail marketing will exceed $2.2 billion by 2005, according to The Kelsey Group." In one month only, December 2004, advertising expenditures reached an estimated $461.5 million.

And we are selling nothing. Gives you an idea about us: business people we are not!

The likelihood that you will come upon this site, given the above stats, is virtually nil.

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bhamonline.jpg Birmingham, Alabama is located (MAP) in the heart of the Southeastern United States and is a progressive center for medical research, banking, music, technology, art, engineering and higher education.

Birmingham, The Magic City proper, is where UAB and all the major commercial and industiral enterprises are located. Most of the folks live in one of the many bedroom communities in Jefferson, St. Clair, Blount and Shelby Counties. The Metro Statistical Area has a population of about 1 million (921,106).

Area: 4,034 square miles
Altitudes: Average - 620 ft.; Range - 538 ft.-1,200 ft.

Latitude: 33°28' N
Longitude: 86° 50' W

Climate: Average high - 73.2°; Average low - 51.1°; Average annual - 62.2°.

Some suprising statistics (to you Yankees):

MEDIAN 1991 HOUSEHOLD EFFECTIVE BUYING INCOME (MSA): $39,278

LARGEST EMPLOYERS (MSA):


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We live in Indian Springs Village, Alabama

Indian Springs Village is a town in Shelby County, in the Birmingham-Hoover metro area. The community is in the US Central Standard time zone.

 

The latitude of Indian Springs Village is 33.355N. The longitude is -86.754W.

 

In 2003, the estimated population was 2,340.

 

Do look around our town's Web site. But don't plan on moving here.... we are all full up. :-P

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This is our street. What you see in the background are fog/clouds that hover above and around Oak Mountain State Park - across the street from our neighborhood.

Or, here is our house (in the center) seen from above, grazie a Google Earth. Neat, huh?

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About Oak Mountain Park:

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Oak Mountain State Park

If you know or want to know what B.U.M.P. is, here is where you need to go to get more info about getting your jollies:

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Don't ask me - the only bump I know used to be a dance, for which I almost got into a heap of trouble in 1974 at Rosie O'Grady's in Orlando when some fella asked me what is it that I had that he didn't - to which the answer was, of course - "two girls for me - none for you." You can see how such casual reply can be fraught with potential problems. Don't you?

 

 

  

                                          

 
 

 

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