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April stats:

Top 5 Posters
  • Kalleh 149
  • BobHale 72
  • arnie 70
  • Richard English 68
  • zmježd 57

Top 5 Topic Starters
  • Kalleh 12
  • shufitz 9
  • BobHale 6
  • Timbo 6
  • wordcrafter 5

Total Page Views: 213283
Avg. Page Views/Day: 7354
New Topics: 59
Active User Count: 34

5 Most Active Topics
  • Hopelessly confused... (with 32 posts and 368 page views)
  • The perils of careless communication (with 28 posts and 234 page views)
  • Mistaken Science (with 21 posts and 234 page views)
  • Limerick Game:Narnia (with 21 posts and 179 page views)
  • Meaningful Names (with 16 posts and 181 page views)


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May stats:

Top 5 Posters
  • Kalleh 118
  • arnie 50
  • BobHale 38
  • zmježd 36
  • Asa Lovejoy 29

Top 5 Topic Starters
  • Kalleh 13
  • BobHale 5
  • shufitz 5
  • Asa Lovejoy 4
  • Timbo 3

Total Page Views: 192043
Avg. Page Views/Day: 6401
New Topics: 51
Active User Count: 34

5 Most Active Topics
  • Anyways (with 65 posts and 534 page views)
  • Special Abilities of Homo Sapiens (with 41 posts and 345 page views)
  • Best Way to Learn Italian? (with 17 posts and 215 page views)
  • Limerick Game: France (with 19 posts and 162 page views)
  • That word again (with 13 posts and 174 page views)


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I suppose the downturn is to be expected because of our Wordcraft Gathering.
 
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June stats:

Top 5 Posters
  • Kalleh 155
  • Richard English 84
  • zmježd 80
  • arnie 76
  • BobHale 67

Top 5 Topic Starters
  • Kalleh 14
  • shufitz 12
  • Asa Lovejoy 8
  • zmježd 6
  • BobHale 6

Total Page Views: 232182
Avg. Page Views/Day: 8006
New Topics: 78
Active User Count: 46

5 Most Active Topics
  • The IPA (with 30 posts and 300 page views)
  • Knitting Lingo (with 24 posts and 199 page views)
  • The dis- game (with 27 posts and 183 page views)
  • language acquisition (with 19 posts and 197 page views)
  • Limerick Game: Middle Earth (with 18 posts and 192 page views)

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zmježd 465

Woohoo! I so rule! In your face bottom posters! There must be some kind of mistake.

[Corrected typo.]

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Ceci n'est pas un seing.
 
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Ulp. Red Face

How did that get there? I've corrected it to a more mundane 6.


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Aw, heck! I wish I could have seen the non-mundane number. Wink

I can't believe the 46 active user count. It doesn't seem like we have that many more users this month, does it? Normally we are around 30. We have had a few past posters stop by recently, so maybe that's it.

It is nice to see Linguistics 101 getting so many views. I wonder if there are a lot of people reading and studying it, but maybe not replying.
 
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July stats:

Top 5 Posters
  • Proofreader 162
  • Valentine 132
  • Kalleh 131
  • Richard English 79
  • arnie 64

Top 5 Topic Starters
  • Kalleh 10
  • BobHale 8
  • Asa Lovejoy 7
  • wordcrafter 5
  • Valentine 4

Total Page Views: 248887
Avg. Page Views/Day: 8296
New Topics: 53
Active User Count: 34

5 Most Active Topics
  • Where do I go? (with 38 posts and 336 page views)
  • Bluffing Game - rickroll (with 27 posts and 331 page views)
  • Novo-nepotism? (with 38 posts and 265 page views)
  • Limerick Game - Hong Kong (with 35 posts and 274 page views)
  • The Merchant of Power (with 38 posts and 254 page views)


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OK, OK! I'll shut up.

Just read the stats posted by Arnie --
I’m like a barker in a carny.
So I’ll try my best
To pester you less
But Dad made me kiss the Stone, Blarney

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Is this the first time that we've had two realtive newcomers (i.e. not members of the old guard) at positions 1 and 2.

If so, I say, "Bravo!"
 
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"Bravo!"

I'll see your bravo and raise you a huzzah. Yes, we need fresh blood and more blather.


Ceci n'est pas un seing.
 
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My blood is stale but my blather is, if not fresh, at least copious.


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This may be the first time I've been in third place! How nice to see 2 relatively new posters taking such an active role here. I love it!

I wonder why last month we had such a large number of active users. This month we're back to normal.
 
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Val and i are running out of dirty jokes to post in the "World's Worst Jokes." That's why.


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August stats:

Top 5 Posters
  • Proofreader 204
  • Kalleh 175
  • Richard English 143
  • BobHale 101
  • arnie 93

Top 5 Topic Starters
  • Kalleh 12
  • BobHale 8
  • arnie 6
  • zmježd 6
  • shufitz 6

Total Page Views: 235006
Avg. Page Views/Day: 7833
New Topics: 65
Active User Count: 30

5 Most Active Topics
  • Care to share a poem you've written? (with 100 posts and 656 page views)
  • Condom a capella (with 91 posts and 622 page views)
  • Limerick Game: Poughkeepsie (NY) (with 61 posts and 622 page views)
  • back to spelling chaos (with 51 posts and 578 page views)
  • Limerick Game: Gibraltar (with 45 posts and 371 page views)


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Arnie, do you know how they define "active users?" I had thought it was the number of different posters during the month, but that must not be it.
 
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I don't know for certain, but I've always taken it as the number of different posters in the month, too. Why shouldn't it be that?


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It seems high to be that. Perhaps the number of registered users who visit, whether or not they post?
 
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We have the ability to obtain a "posting members" report.

It shows the number of members posting per day during a particular period. For August it showed a minimum of 7 members posting (7th) and a maximum of 16 (26th). The average per day was 11.5 members posting. Most members won't post every day, of course. I don't know what that shows, but throw it out for more information.


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I conducted a search to show all posts made in August. It returned 1087 matches. I looked through and found 27 different member names. Out of interest, they were:

Kalleh
Bethree
Proofreader
jerry thomas
Valentine
Asa Lovejoy
Bob Hale
shufitz
wordcrafter
zmježd
Robert Arvanitis
Richard English
Myth Jellies
arnie
stella
Vanderhoof Verbivore
Caterwauller
KB
Hic et Ubique
sewnmouthsecret
William Strunk
tinman
goofy
Bob Dvorak
wordmatic
fiagodzi
Annette

So I'm not sure where the figure 30 quoted in the stats comes from.


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Didn't "30", in old newspaper parlance, mean "end of story"?

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Didn't "30", in old newspaper parlance, mean "end of story"?

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Back in 1859, Western Union established some standard numeric codes to be used for common telegraphic conventions (you can see the entire list here.) Telegraphy operators then and now have always sought ways to keep transmissions as brief as possible, since telegraphy is a relatively slow and highly manual mode of operation. A few of these codes are still in use today ("73" being the most common, used among Amateur Radio operators to say "best regards").

My speculation is that this telegraphy convention moved into the journalism arena with the advent of "wire stories" sent by telegraphers, so they naturally put the "30" at the end of a news article to clearly indicate the end.
 
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30 is still in use in press releases:

[URL=www.press-release-writing.com/frequently-asked-questions.htm ]See here.[/URL]
 
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so they naturally put the "30" at the end of a news article to clearly indicate the end

Back in the old days, when I was practicing Morse in the Army radio school, we sent messages back and forth between groups. It was boring beyond words and, since most of us were draftees, we resented being there. So at the end of our message, we would send "FTA overscored" which meant running the letters together as one unit. The NCOs monitoring the radio net couldn't figure out what it meant and no one would tell them it stood for "F**k The Army."


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Why shouldn't it be that?
I looked back and saw more active posters were listed in previous reports and I thought we had at least the same in August, if not more. I then wondered if they actually had a definition for "active," such as at least 5 posts or something. One post in a month's time hardly seems like an "active poster" to me, but perhaps it is to them.

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I'm not sure of the significance of your adding "overscored", but I can't believe any NCO (not even a shake-and-bake one) didn't know what FTA stood for.
 
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I then wondered if they actually had a definition for "active," such as at least 5 posts or something. One post in a month's time hardly seems like an "active poster" to me, but perhaps it is to them.

I suspect that "active" means "not moribund". Even one sign-on probably counts as activity. That's what I still guess the 30 number is. Which means that, in August, only 3 people with logins did so, but did not post.

I looked this up in the Eve Users Manual. It mentions that stats are available, but gives no detail.
 
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"Overscored" meant the letters were written with a line over the top to show they were not to be sent with a space between each individual letter.

..-.-.- dit/dit/dah/dit/dah/dit/dah
dit/dit/dah/dit dah dit/dah (F T A)

Considering the oxymoron "military intelligence", without knowing the significance of the noises, not too many people could decipher this without being in on the original phrase. Run together they're just a random bunch of dits and dahs. It could be broken down to EETETET, EAEA or URT, also.

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Ah, got it. The NCOs knew what FTA meant, but not that FTA was what was being sent.
 
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Speaking of Morse code, there is an obscure song, entitled Oh Dear, Miss Morse by an obscure band called Pearls Before Swine. The chorus runs:

dit dit dah dit
dit dit dah
dah dit dah dit
dah dit dah
 
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Managed to evade the censors.


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Oh, you two Rhode Islanders really should meet. Wink
 
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September stats:

Top 5 Posters
  • Proofreader 176
  • Kalleh 133
  • Valentine 98
  • BobHale 91
  • arnie 82

Top 5 Topic Starters
  • BobHale 14
  • Kalleh 12
  • shufitz 10
  • wordcrafter 5
  • Asa Lovejoy 4

Total Page Views: 268753
Avg. Page Views/Day: 9267
New Topics: 66
Active User Count: 28

5 Most Active Topics
  • Words create reality (with 37 posts and 393 page views)
  • Terms with Numbers (with 31 posts and 331 page views)
  • Bluffing Game: Pultrusion (with 34 posts and 284 page views)
  • Limerick game: Peru (with 31 posts and 289 page views)
  • Bluffing game: calipee and calipash (with 32 posts and 269 page views)


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Well, I'll never understand what they mean by active users.
 
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October stats:

Top 5 Posters
  • Proofreader 178
  • Kalleh 133
  • Richard English 117
  • jerry thomas 80
  • arnie 67

Top 5 Topic Starters
  • Kalleh 13
  • shufitz 8
  • zmježd 6
  • wordcrafter 5
  • BobHale 3

Total Page Views: 293425
Avg. Page Views/Day: 9780
New Topics: 59
Active User Count: 40

5 Most Active Topics
  • "speciality" (with 61 posts and 539 page views)
  • Limerick Game: Odessa (with 52 posts and 477 page views)
  • Limerick Game: Picton (with 53 posts and 413 page views)
  • Exhibit or Exhibition (with 46 posts and 370 page views)
  • Limerick Game: Adelaide (with 41 posts and 381 page views)


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November stats:

Top 5 Posters
  • Proofreader 110
  • jerry thomas 78
  • Kalleh 67
  • Richard English 53
  • Asa Lovejoy 52

Top 5 Topic Starters
  • Kalleh 11
  • BobHale 9
  • Asa Lovejoy 5
  • wordcrafter 3
  • Proofreader 3

Total Page Views: 164412
Avg. Page Views/Day: 5669
New Topics: 53
Active User Count: 37

5 Most Active Topics
  • Mag Names (with 42 posts and 397 page views)
  • Limerick game: Erie (with 44 posts and 379 page views)
  • Literally? (with 37 posts and 316 page views)
  • non-nurse (with 36 posts and 289 page views)
  • Bluffing Game: slubbing (with 29 posts and 276 page views)


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Proofreader 110

You shouldn't count limericks.


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You shouldn't count limericks.

OK then:
Proofreader 10.


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Ah! Now I feel better.


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Wow. I am probably at an all-time low. I suppose it's because of our never-ending house guests over Thanksgiving. Roll Eyes I thought I'd never have an alone period again! Every time I'd pull out my computer (sneaking into some little cranny) three people would find me and beg to get on their email or facebook or whatever. Geez! Hey, I'll make up for it though! Smile

The site also was a lot less active.
 
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December stats:

Top 5 Posters
  • Kalleh 116
  • Proofreader 66
  • jerry thomas 50
  • zmježd 43
  • Asa Lovejoy 41

Top 5 Topic Starters
  • Kalleh 15
  • BobHale 7
  • texhenge 5
  • wordcrafter 4
  • shufitz 3

Total Page Views: 164990
Avg. Page Views/Day: 5499
New Topics: 54
Active User Count: 28

5 Most Active Topics
  • Holiday books? (with 24 posts and 221 page views)
  • Bluffing game: Balter (with 23 posts and 225 page views)
  • adjective placement (with 19 posts and 218 page views)
  • Limerick Game: Taplow (with 19 posts and 202 page views)
  • Miscellaneous Words (with 19 posts and 195 page views)


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Well, it's good to be on top again. Wink

It's nice to see a newbie starting topics.
 
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January stats:

Top 5 Posters
  • Kalleh 102
  • Richard English 70
  • BobHale 57
  • Proofreader 51
  • arnie 40

Top 5 Topic Starters
  • Kalleh 14
  • BobHale 11
  • shufitz 7
  • Asa Lovejoy 4
  • wordcrafter 3

Total Page Views: 155929
Avg. Page Views/Day: 5197
New Topics: 50
Active User Count: 27

5 Most Active Topics
  • A History of Numbers (with 33 posts and 263 page views)
  • Limerick Game: Limerick (with 31 posts and 239 page views)
  • Double-Meaning Words (with 22 posts and 258 page views)
  • Limerick game - Dial Post (with 25 posts and 222 page views)
  • Bluffing Game: Aiglet (with 22 posts and 233 page views)


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February stats:

Top 5 Posters
  • Kalleh 114
  • BobHale 66
  • Richard English 63
  • Proofreader 50
  • jerry Thomas 45

Top 5 Topic Starters
  • Kalleh 12
  • BobHale 10
  • shufitz 4
  • Caterwauller 4
  • wordcrafter 4

Total Page Views: 164761
Avg. Page Views/Day: 6102
New Topics: 46
Active User Count: 24

5 Most Active Topics
  • Minefield (with 26 posts and 262 page views)
  • What is grammar? (with 27 posts and 232 page views)
  • I fell and I couldn't get up! (with 27 posts and 206 page views)
  • Limerick game - Cheyenne (with 21 posts and 165 page views)
  • fargling (with 16 posts and 199 page views)


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February stats:

Top 5 Posters
  • Kalleh 114
  • BobHale 66
  • Richard English 63
  • Proofreader 50
  • jerry thomas 45

Top 5 Topic Starters
  • Kalleh 12
  • BobHale 10
  • shufitz 4
  • Caterwauller 4
  • wordcrafter 4

Total Page Views: 164761
Avg. Page Views/Day: 6102
New Topics: 46
Active User Count: 24

5 Most Active Topics
  • Minefield (with 26 posts and 262 page views)
  • What is grammar? (with 27 posts and 232 page views)
  • I fell and I couldn't get up! (with 27 posts and 206 page views)
  • Limerick game - Cheyenne (with 21 posts and 165 page views)
  • fargling (with 16 posts and 199 page views)


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March stats:

Top 5 Posters
  • Kalleh 114
  • Proofreader 80
  • Richard English 54
  • Asa Lovejoy 53
  • BobHale 39

Top 5 Topic Starters
  • Kalleh 11
  • BobHale 8
  • Asa Lovejoy 6
  • wordcrafter 3
  • Proofreader 3

Total Page Views: 210297
Avg. Page Views/Day: 7261
New Topics: 39
Active User Count: 22

5 Most Active Topics
  • Books that should never have been written? (with 42 posts and 362 page views)
  • Bluffffffffing Game: Spurtle (with 27 posts and 232 page views)
  • There's a name for THAT?! (with 19 posts and 234 page views)
  • Toolkits (with 22 posts and 185 page views)
  • urban Amish (with 20 posts and 174 page views)


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April stats:

Top 5 Posters
  • Kalleh 123
  • Proofreader 53
  • Richard English 53
  • zmježd 41
  • Asa Lovejoy 39

Top 5 Topic Starters
  • Kalleh 13
  • BobHale 7
  • Proofreader 5
  • janetlalbag 3
  • wordcrafter 2

Total Page Views: 254769
Avg. Page Views/Day: 8785
New Topics: 41
Active User Count: 31

5 Most Active Topics
  • Limerick Game: Dallas (with 28 posts and 236 page views)
  • Unexpected Etymologies (with 16 posts and 229 page views)
  • a lover of words (with 17 posts and 196 page views)
  • Bluffing game: yapp (with 18 posts and 146 page views)
  • Gobbledegook (with 14 posts and 148 page views)


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It has been a little slow around here, hasn't it?

Perhaps we need a big flamewar! Big Grin Have you ever notice how that spices things up? [Of course, I am kidding!]
 
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At least there's been an uptick* in the active user count. For the last four months it was down in the 20s; it was back up in the 30s last month.

* I just learned that word the other day; did I use it correctly? Smile


Build a man a fire and he's warm for a day. Set a man on fire and he's warm for the rest of his life.
 
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