More wired than a Roman Internet café
Latinum had a new milestone this week - over 10,000 files were downloaded in a single day. Since the start of May, 3 905 individual users have accessed the site, from all over the world. The map is interesting, as it shows clearly where Latin is being studied.
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Interesting to note the number of users in China and, more suprisingly, in Iran and the Gulf states. Numbers in Africa remain low. South America has recently begun to emerge as a locus with a rapidly increasing number of users.
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Curious as to where the thousands of daily lessons downloads from the Latinum podcast's online course in spoken Classical Latin are coming from, I signed up to ClusterMaps. Much to my surprise, there are users scattered across the globe, with predictable concentrations in Europe and the Americas. More surprising were the locations of other users - Mecca, Cairo, Dubai?, Tunisia, Iran, and a number in China, Japan and Indonesian archipelago, and a few… Continue
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