Misunderstood by everyone, everywhere.
You’re just jealous of the low number of unread items in our RSS readers.
I am impressed that your moving abroad caused your time online to *go down*. Not normally the case.
Your interpretation of the graph includes an assumption that the X-axis is also temporal. It is not.
I would like to see this chart integrated into an overall chart that includes all other time consuming events and how real-life friendship impacts them. Does the addition of a real-life friend impact your music creation time, for instance?
Hey! Speaking of music creation, you need to pick out some tracks for Wires 3. Deadline is Saturday at 11:59 PM Central Standard Time.
Personally, I try not to differentiate between internet people and real people very much because all it takes is an airplane to make a real person into an internet person and vice-versa. At times greater than 50% of my communications with real-life friends/family is done via the internets, so does that make them internet people? I would like to think not.
Another interesting chart would be a pie chart of friends of various classifications; work friends, internet friends, school friends, etc.
Pie charts are hard to do with pixels, though.
Best comment ever.
I don’t have much for Wires 3, I have this short piece that is almost finished, I could polish that a bit and submit it if you don’t mind short stuff. It’s fun!
Nah, I didn’t interpret it in the context of the graph; it was more a comment that your presence in the parts of the internet we have in common seems to have become less constant than while you were in Dublin.
I need that graph.
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