Poynter Online noted yesterday that Boston.com (the companion website to the Boston Globe) has hit the milestone of one million registered users. The blurb also provided a few demographic breakdowns, such as the fact that 67% of registered users live in New England, but it disappoints me that they didn’t provide what I think is the most important demographic — that somewhere around 3.4% of the registered user accounts are me. (Seriously: how many people actually register on news websites as themselves? How about when the registration process requires a gender, a home zip code, a household income, and employment information? I’d be willing to bet that Boston.com variously knows me as an impoverished septugenarian student, a wealthy pre-teen lawyer, and a middle-aged, middle-class architect…)