Genny Engel wrote:
> Interesting, Safari has just pulled into the lead over here.
You can't know that. With so many browser and proxies mangling the
User-Agent for various reasons (User-Agent Switcher to get a nicer
mobile-style experience on a small screen, or randomUserAgent to stop
the evil empire tracking you through browser fingerprinting, to give
two examples), reading the User-Agent header from your logfiles is a
suggestion or hint of what's reading your site, not a definitive
What's in the logs is basically reader-submitted. You don't believe
people to all tell the truth when they tell you their age or income,
so please don't believe them about their browsers!
I predict we will see much more volatility in these results as
more people install the obvious plugins to get a nicer and safer
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