[-empyre-] Final words, last gasp, parting shots, going down for the count...
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Final words, last gasp, parting shots, going down for
Assuming I've counted correctly, according to the
during the month of June:
* 183 messages were posted by 38 individuals.
* 4 of the 38 individuals were the panelists, so that
leaves 34 members of empyre who posted during the
* If I've counted right I've posted 72 messages to the
list during June. 28 of these posts were drawings (no
drawings posted June 11 & 12). That means I made 44
* The other 3 panelists posted a combined 23 messages.
* That means the 4 guests posted a total of 95
messages, over half of all 183 messages during June.
* Who posted the other 88 messages?
15 members of empyre posted 1 message.
8 members of empyre posted 2 messages.
3 members of empyre posted 3 messages.
4 members of empyre posted 4 messages.
1 members of empyre posted 6 messages.
3 members of empyre posted 9 messages.
I won't count that again to make sure it's absolutely
correct- it's at least close, and you get the idea.
I have no idea how representative this is of other
months. What quick conclusions might be drawn from
* A very small hardcore participates.
* A very small hardcore responds to the topic, and
that could change from month to month.
* Participation is spotty among the greater
membership; many members aren't really part of the
conversation during the month.
*Draw your own conclusions.
And now the most important fact- I posted the most, so
I win. Now, what's my prize? That's why I signed up
for this thing, anyway.
Finally, here are the titles I culled from emails to
which I responded to make an HTML drawing. The two
called "Untitled" don't have another title because
there wasn't a post that day or I didn't feel like
digging back into previous days. It's a reflection of
the activity. There are only 28 drawings because I
was out of town two days (BTW, I write this from
Ithaca, NY, where I have been since Monday; I fly home
tomorrow). When I look these titles over they seem to
capture something for me about this month's
experience. The month's drawings are at
# Untitled (-empyre- 30)
# I Always Judge My Pictures (-empyre- 29)
# Theoretically Motivated Camp (-empyre- 28)
# Outpouring of the Human Soul (-empyre 27-)
# Because He Said So (-empyre- 26)
# Trappings as Ornament (-empyre- 25)
# Temporal Instability (-empyre- 24)
# Untitled (-empyre- 23)
# Angry Bees and Tweaked-out Bats (-empyre- 22)
# Yawn and Perceive (-empyre- 21)
# Percolating (-empyre- 20)
# Bedroom Guitar (-empyre- 19)
# Natural and Literal (-empyre- 18)
# A Smile on My Face (-empyre- 17)
# Elementary Content Alteration (-empyre- 16)
# Fill the Void (-empyre- 15)
# Sensory Immersive Option (-empyre- 14)
# Untitled (-empyre 13)
# Because I'm Lazy (-empyre- 10)
# Shake Things Up (-empyre- 9)
# Neither Univocal or Monolithic (-empyre- 8)
# An Exhaustive List of the Potentialities (-empyre-
# Another Cryptic Move (-empyre- 6)
# Maybe He Can Illuminate Us (-empyre- 5)
# Logistical Issues (-empyre- 3)
# Free-Ranging Consequential Node Paradigm (-empyre-
# Bottom of the Question (-empyre- 2)
# Cinematic Dataculture (-empyre- 1)
That's it. Cheers and best wishes.
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