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is it just that ETers are busier in the evenings, or is blogging energy getting routed more into diary commenting and what-used-to-be-salons?
have to see site stats to know i guess...
open threads have lost out in the change, what would be interesting is if other features have gained, if any, and whether others miss the OT's, which were the most playful side of the site.
not serious enough maybe!
overall i love the changes, just a bit sad to see the sun setting on the OT's.
quite remarkable what the 'social engineering' of relocating once-familiar links can do to site traffic.
are we so visually controllable?
cue refrain: "correlation is not causation"
guess we can do what we did elsewhere, maybe we were having too much fun posting silly pics while rome is burning...
'The history of public debt is full of irony. It rarely follows our ideas of order and justice.' Thomas Piketty
I don't understand the word "buried". On my screen there is a very clear "A Place To Talk" banner bang smack in the middle. If regular community members here can't find that, then the fabled smartness of ETers perhaps needs revising downwards?
There are no site stats on "hits" received by the OT (or any other diary).
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