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Gvisit (link dead, sorry) uses ip lookups and Google mapping to provide a visual map of where your site visitors are coming from. I can't use this at my main site because Gvisit can't handle more than 5,000 page views a day at this time, but for smaller sites, it's just a little Javascript that reports back to the Gvisit server. You can visit Gvisit to see the results, or use another little piece of Javascript to bring it back to your own site.

It's cute, and perhaps useful. I know that I get a fair amount of Australian and British visitors, and I have thought that someday I'd like to provide translations of at least some pages in other languages: there's a whole world of web users out there that most of us never see.

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