I find those stats fascinating, Tyler. Most other popular sites out there don't get that much Safari usage. So there's a very large (disproportionate?) number of users who run iOS/Mac here. I would love to draw some conclusions about skiers being Mac users, but I'd probably start a flame war.
Frankly I am a bit surprised that mobile browsing ranks so high, but I suppose Epic has a dedicated set of users on the go, and my suspicion is the most active ones around here are the same ones that check in on their iPhone.
It's not surprising that Internet Explorer gets the high percentage of usage, because most Windows users are casual tech people and just use what came with the operating system (Explorer), even though it's consistently been garbage and exploit-riddled since its inception.
Personally, I use Opera. Guess I'm a rebel that way. It's very powerful and feature-rich, far ahead of most other browsers in terms of feature innovation. But unfortunately it doesn't always display certain pages 100% correctly, in which case I resort to Firefox. Chrome.........meh. Internet Explorer? I'd sooner go cross country skiing and give up alpine, than use that POS.
BTW nyquist, Chrome "releases" because the tabs are sandboxed in their own process. So they operate independently; if one craps out, the whole program doesn't. Google bought up the company that created that in a browser environment, so credit them for seeing the potential and snapping it up. That's the way to stabilize a browser, though I'm not a fan of Chrome's other "context-sensitive" ad crap that they push down our throats.