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Where are those readers? August 22, 2007 10:05 am

Posted by Doug McCaughan in : Communications, Of Interest, Security, Touchy Subjects
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Do you like looking at your stats files? Do you often wonder just where all those IP addresses come from? For those that do not know, an ip address uniquely identifies a computer on the Internet. Type an ip address into http://www.ip-adress.com/ (note address is spelled with one d) and it will show you a map with an approximate location of the computer.

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1. puriel - August 22, 2007

Hey! This IP address locator is really pretty accurate. I will now trace the IP addresses of my friends. Thanks for this.

2. Reality Me - August 23, 2007

[…] I mentioned a service that geographically tries to put your location on a map based on your IP address. An IP address uniquely identifies you (in some cases your network) on the […]