robert76 - 4:51 pm on Aug 8, 2012 (gmt 0)
Since you mention Real Time, one thing that has bothered me about it for some time is that in USA I don't see what I would expect as a normal visitor cross-section.
You can't possibly tell me that at certain times only people in Southeast USA or Northeast USA or Southern half of the US are the ones visiting. It's too far off mark from what I believe (but can't prove) actually happens. I often wonder how this relates to the traffic shaping discussions.
The pattern I see right now real time is if you were to draw a horizontal line equidistant from top and bottom of US, ALL of our visitors are in bottom half.
Anyone else in USA, or your respective country, noticing this?