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Submitted by on December 14, 2010 – 10:33 pm |  

Dear Readers,

Geocurrents has now been in operation for nearly one year. During that period, 264 posts have been made. As the map and data posted above show, readership is concentrated in North America, Europe, South Asia, and Australia.

This blog will now take a short end-of-the-year vacation. Posting will resume in the second week of January 2011. Many thanks to my readers, especially those who have provided comments, and happy New Year to all. Special thanks are also due to Samuel Franco, who has maintained the website and has provided a number of fascinating Google Earth postings of his own.

Please note that that the students enrolled in my course on the History and Geography of Current Global Events have all uploaded a second posting to the Geocurrents Community Blog, linked to above.

Best wishes,

Martin W. Lewis

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