According to Federated Media, just over 1600 WWdN:iX readers took the advertiser's survey I posted several weeks ago. If you're interested in the results, you can take a look at them.
I'd also like to thank those of you who took a moment to fill it out; I am still highly skeptical that it's going to translate into any real income, but as Wayne Gretzky said, "you miss 100% of the shots you don't take."
The most interesting metric to me was the age of the average WWdN reader: among respondents, most of us are in our 30s. Now, I always suspected that the majority of readers were around the same age as me, because so many of us share the same cultural influences and desires to get the damn kids off our lawn, but it's interesting to me to have that suspicion confirmed by some sort of truthiness-compliant method. I was surprised that there were more dudes than ladies, though. I'm a little disappointed that we're having a sword fight here. Come on, guys! Tell your girlfriends that they can see cool pictures of extra terrestrial moons and read about Storm Troopers and --- oh. Never mind. I get it.
Anyway, I'm in full-on Geek in Review panic mode (current word count: 52 of about 1200) so I'm going to STFU and GBTW.
If you're interested in advertising to this very select group of
brilliant people who are clearly the product of superior breeding and
advanced intellect, you can get information on advertising on WWdN here. (WWdN is in the Tech section right now, which makes about as much sense as putting Just A Geek in the Star Trek section; I'm going to see if I can get moved to Entertainment with a minor in Parenting, for those of you who care about that sort of thing. Updated: I may be totally wrong about that, according to an interesting insight from Sally J.)