While we know that most of the world will tread the same path, there are those who will ‘step off the reservation’ and do things in a different way. We like those people. But then there are the others. People who stray so far from ‘regular’ that, for them, the path is a distant memory. You gotta love some quirky in a mundane world. KitGuru explores some of the darkness.
The staff at KitGuru do some interesting hours.
We have folks who contribute from way over in Australia and – similarly – on the West Coast of the USA.
What would you say if we told you that there are more than 3,000 KitGuru readers in the world who spend MORE time on the site each day than we do? We’re talking about people who hit the KitGuru site and stay for more than 3 hours. Impressive.
Quirky, but impressive.
It’s a small fraction of the 265,000 visits we received in a 24 hour period from 1st to 2nd January, but it’s an important fraction. Hardcore KitGuru fans: We salute you!
Here’s another factoid that might make you scratch your head: Here in the UK, you need a license from the government to watch TV. We have more than 13,000 people watching TV using a black and white TV. Monochrome. No joke. With 50″ 3D TVs now around the £500 mark and PCs owned left-right-and centre across the country, more than 13,000 people are still watching shades of grey.
KitGuru says: Watching monochrome TV or reading KitGuru for more than 3 hours a day – It’s quirky and unusual – but we love it. Wish there was a broadcaster who just ran B&W repeats from the late 1960s.
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