But in the real business world, where some of us make our money, IE6 is still there.
But in the business world, my client knows that the majority of his users are on IE6 and that it takes me a lot more time to make things work for them than it takes me to make things work on IE7/FF/Chrome... and he knows that he has to pay me for that extra time. So in the business world, I don't mind taking that extra time to make it work on IE6. But in the "no one is paying me to do this shit" world, fuck IE6!
According to this, IE6 still has 22.3% global browser share. For businesses, the percentage is much higher (I'd venture a guess of 50-80% right now). Luckily it seems this site in particular doesn't get many visits from it.
I don't remember exact numbers (ask Big K) but IE6 users are a small minority here. My site, which I'm sure has a very similar userbase, has 3.58% IE6 users. That's less than Chrome (5.63%). Why oh why would someone want to devote more time writing for IE6 than they spend writing for every other browser out there? I sure as hell won't!
*edit* Side note, I wouldn't call that page "global" by any means. It's the browser stats for their site only. Besides that, being a site for web developers, it's not really a good "diverse" sample.