Indian electronics movement

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by strantor, Jun 16, 2011.

  1. strantor

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    Check out this table from http://www.checksitetraffic.com/traffic_spy/allaboutcircuits.com. It shows the hits on this site by country.

    Country Name Views(Percentage %) Page Views
    India 25.30% 383,146
    United States of America 15.60% 236,248
    China 6.80% 102,980
    Bangladesh 5.20% 78,749
    Pakistan 4.70% 71,177
    Iran 3.40% 51,490
    Canada 3.30% 49,976
    United Kingdom 2.90% 43,918
    Australia 2.50% 37,860
    Philippines 2.30% 34,831
    Sudan 1.70% 25,745
    Indonesia 1.40% 21,202
    Belgium 0.80% 12,115
    Egypt 0.80% 12,115
    South Africa 0.80% 12,115
    Brazil 0.80% 12,115
    United Arab Emirates 0.80% 12,115
    Mexico 0.70% 10,601
    Malaysia 0.70% 10,601
    Romania 0.60% 9,086
    Germany 0.50% 7,572
    Turkey 0.50% 7,572
    Poland 0.50% 7,572
    Sri Lanka 0.40% 6,058
    Hong Kong 0.40% 6,058
    Portugal, Portuguese Republic 0.30% 4,543
    Saudi Arabia 0.30% 4,543
    Other Countries 15.90% 240,791


    As you can see, India accounts for the vast majority of hits on this site. That's a given, since India is the world's second most populous country right? No. Only 6.9% (81,000,000 people) of Indians have internet access. 77% of Americans have internet access. The combined total population of California, Texas, New York, and Florida is 100,578,929 - at 77%, that's 77,445,775 people on the internet, almost the same as India.

    So, why does India, with the internet power of 4 states, account for more website traffic than all of north America, plus china (the world's most populous country, with 420,000,000 people browsing, 5X as many as India)?

    Think it might be connected with this?: http://www.youtube.com/user/nptelhrd?blend=1&ob=5

    Free college lectures on every subject.

    Or, I was thinking that in an environment where internet usage is more common only on a college campus or public computers rather than in homes, the percentage of people online with a purpose would far outweigh the percentage of people online checking their facebook accounts. Maybe that's why all of India seem to be flocking to AAC. As for China, they probably have their own AAC in Chinese & that's why we don't see too much of them.

    Please, what are your interpretations of the data?

    internet usage statistics by country are from http://www.internetworldstats.com/stats.htm
     
  2. loosewire

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    There a China site maybe Happyannl will see this post and put the name up.
    I don't If we could use It ,I had the name I will try to find It. I found the
    name of the china search engine (bauda). baidu
     
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  3. R!f@@

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    U missed Maldives....why am I not surprised..
     
  4. happyganl

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    I know one site here, many people online http://www.ourdev.cn/bbs/ I am used to browse it ,till someone post one link of this site:)
     
  5. R!f@@

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    Hey happy,
    can u translate me this
     
  6. happyganl

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    Negative Ampere Double-limited Process Controller

    Operate Voltage: 48V (dont know)
    Maximal current :17A (dont know)
    brake level : low


    company name
    Tel.
    :D
     
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  7. happyganl

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    I dont know how to say what 42 and 60 means
     
  8. happyganl

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    Do you like to use china product?:)
     
  9. loosewire

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    Thank you ,Happy......Loosewire
     
  10. strantor

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    I didn't miss maldives. The website only lists countries >0.3%. Considering you represent all of the maldives here, you would be lumped into "other countries" - a tight second place.
     
  11. strantor

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    Here's part 2 of the question:
    Has anyone else noticed that there is often a rash of identical, or very similar questions coming in from India? I can recall a handfull of times when someone with zero posts will come here, ask for a circuit, and then droves of other people with zero posts will ask the same question, and/or post on the original question, saying that they are working on the same project and need the same help. Is the education state-run in India? Are they all on the same education track across the whole country?
     
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