326 people visited government websites from a PlayStation 3 yesterday

Today, the US government’s roving web-development squad, 18F, released some pretty cool data sets on who’s visiting the government’s various websites. You can see which website is most popular (USPS!) and which operating system people tend to be using (Windows!) — basically the kind of data you get when you own a website. 18F decided to make it public since I guess technically all the data belongs to the American people anyway. Public service!
Chrome is the most popular browser, no surprise, but it also turns out people have been connecting to government sites in some pretty janky ways. According to the web browser spreadsheet, the PlayStation 3 browser logged 326 visits to government sites yesterday alone. The PlayStation Vita,…
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