Posted on | May 16, 2010 | 2 Comments
I can’t honestly say that I’ve had enough time to process what I got out of Living Future 10, because I’ve spent the last week playing catch up and doing other important things. So I’m just going to pause to point out that this is my 100th post on the Green Design Collective since I launched in January of 2009, and that’s kind of exciting. Since launch, the GDC has had:
- 3,060 unique visitors
- 4,209 visits
- 13,765 page views
- visitors from 91 countries/territories!
Oh how I love statistics. But let’s see what our top ten countries sending visitors were:
- United States (duh)
- United Kingdom
- South Korea
- Malaysia (that’s a cool surprise!)
Welcome to all my international visitors, wherever you live! And to those of you who actually pay attention on the occasions when I post something of value, I’m going to give you a little bonus tidbit:
Check out this article on Treehugger about the zero-landfill Subaru plant in Indiana. I know I’ve been threatening to write a post about used cars, and I probably will here soon, but reading this article about the Subaru plant gives me warm fuzzies and actually makes me open to the possibility of getting a new car at some point. Of course living in Oregon means that if I bought a new Subaru, I’d fit right in. Now just make it electric and give me a wind turbine to plug it into, and I’ll be all set.