I'm a longtime student of my website statistics; they're interesting, informative, and tell you who's looking at what pages on your website, how long they're staying there, and other valuable information.
About this same time last year my heaviest traffic days were Wednesday & Thursday with a gradual tapering off until Tuesday evening of the following week when visitors would increase.
Oddly, this year I'm finding that Monday & Tuesday are my biggest volume days with a tapering off after Wednesday morning through the week and weekend.
The times have changed too. Previously from around 10:00 AM eastern time until around 3:00 PM in the afternoon with a small spike around 9:00 PM. I'm guessing the 9:00 PM spike is people on the west coast getting home and starting their evening's surfing.
Now the daily rush is from about 1:00 PM until 3:00 but the 9:00 PM spike is still there.
Internet Explorer remains the browser of choice accounting for 84% of my visitors. Firefox has moved up to a 10.3% share with everyone else making up the remain 5% of so. Surprisingly to me, Netscape has fallen to 0.4% of visitors.
What do your website statistics tell you?