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    Thanks all for the messages

    Btw to all those asking about the specific post, we do know and will give you details about who etc later today.
    More stuff to come over the next wee while

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    Do they get a very pc tshirt??? ah wait that was another thread dammit

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    As an aside to this great news I just wondered which individual had the most posts and thus contributed the most to the total.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fiza View Post
    As an aside to this great news I just wondered which individual had the most posts and thus contributed the most to the total.
    @localzuk has that honour
    Members - EduGeek.net

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    Congrats all,

    Best forum I've been on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by localzuk View Post
    I find my own answers to old issues sometimes! I forget I had the issue previously, search google and find my old thread from the last time I had it!
    Me too! I'm like yay past me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little-Miss View Post
    Me too! I'm like yay past me!
    Heh I do that too, it concerns me that I am less intelligent than I used to be :S

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    Quote Originally Posted by tech_guy View Post
    Why not give a prize to the bod who posted the millionth post?!
    I've been the millionth user of so many websites it's untrue, I must be so lucky!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sparkeh View Post
    Indeed I've been steadily moving up the list, not that I keep checking or anything

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    Quote Originally Posted by plexer View Post
    Indeed I've been steadily moving up the list, not that I keep checking or anything

    Ben
    Well some of us have work to do...

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    Congrats and all that... but I can't help wondering about the "geographic location" graph. Do a lot of Americans come onto the site overnight here, discuss American things, and disappear before I look in in the morning?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew_C View Post
    Congrats and all that... but I can't help wondering about the "geographic location" graph. Do a lot of Americans come onto the site overnight here, discuss American things, and disappear before I look in in the morning?
    Hell yeah, haven't you seen all the posts about us damn limies?
    [stereotype mode = off]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrew_C View Post
    Congrats and all that... but I can't help wondering about the "geographic location" graph. Do a lot of Americans come onto the site overnight here, discuss American things, and disappear before I look in in the morning?
    Heh, it is true that we have a lot more visitors from the US now than ever before and certainly a lot more post and join in, but many simply lurk. In fact, when we look at Woorpa (our real-time analytics package) we can see many visitors from the US who return again and again over many months without joining or posting. You also have to factor in that the east coast only starts going to work at about 1-2pm and the west coast many hours after that, so most of you in the UK/Europe don't get to see them at all.
    There is also the scale of the US to factor in. Over the past few years we have put a great deal of time and effort into showing our faces in America and it is now starting to pay off. Given their size and scale it is hardly surprising they are overtaking the UK visitors numbers given their population of almost 314 million vs the UK's 65 million. It's not that the UK is visiting any less (in fact the figures grow annually) just that there are more techies in America

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    And it burns, burns, burns, the ring of fire, the ring of fire...

    [one for those who remember our favourite resident American user...]

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    Quote Originally Posted by LosOjos View Post


    And it burns, burns, burns, the ring of fire, the ring of fire...

    [one for those who remember our favourite resident American user...]
    What happened to her[?]...

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