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State of the Journal Report

Last year, a meme went around to post your LJ stats on new Years day, to keep progress on what you did over the course of the year. Here’s what I posted then:

Account type: Paid Account
Date created: 2001-06-22 11:31:42
Date updated: 2004-01-01 08:54:14, 2 minutes ago
Journal entries: 307
Comments: Posted: 1,863 – Received: 1,337

And here’s what the stats are today:

Account type: Paid Account, expiring 2005-11-02
Date created: 2001-06-22 11:31:42
Date updated: 2004-12-31 10:22:14, 3 days ago
Journal entries: 516
Comments: Posted: 3,851 – Received: 2,983
Friends: 296 Friend of: 253

So, that means I made 209 posts last year, 1,988 comments, and received 1646 comments. More active than in the past, but I’d like to write more here, so that gives me a base to improve from. 🙂

In other memage, I scored an 86 on the Nerd Quiz, though I was annoyed with at least one question. The “Do you telnet?” question really should have included an option that said ‘No, telnet is inherently insecure. I use SSH.’ 🙂

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5 Comments

  1. There was a geek quiz once that didn’t work in Firefox and a bunch of us decided we aced the quiz, because we were so geeky we couldn’t take it.

  2. I think it’s worth an extra nerd point for your desired answer.

    You got an 87 now 🙂

  3. I didn’t have a GPA (we don’t have them in the UK). I answered the ‘telnet’ one as thought it was ssh (and ‘every day’ is the right answer for me, since I’m always logged into my home machine from work!)…

  4. at least one question. The “Do you telnet?” question really should have included an option that said ‘No, telnet is inherently insecure. I use SSH.
    my notes had the same comment, word for word.

  5. Off the subject, but…

    Hey, Babe,
    Do ya mind if I join your dieting filkers community? recommended it to me, but I need your blessing.

    Love,
    T.

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