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    Meh, it's only 50-something pages.
    There's a surprisingly large amount of repeated threads. The most amusing ones were probably by techno_race and pcbrainbuster.
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    Meh, it's only 50-something pages.
    Each with 20 threads and many of those with multiple pages-- adds up to a novel, I'd think. Nonfiction, of course
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    The next big blockbuster novel:
    "50 pages of lounge threads - the dynamic drive story"
    - based on true events
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    In a world... where there are errors to be found in code... when only elite coders can debug the scripts... a group of unlikely heroes must work together.... to save the internet!
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    Oh pcbrainbuster... how you amuse me.
    Everytime I'm bored, I just go look through his threads... They're a laugh and a half.

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    Quote Originally Posted by djr33 View Post
    In a world... where there are errors to be found in code... when only elite coders can debug the scripts... a group of unlikely heroes must work together.... to save the internet!
    that just reminded me of something:
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    Quote Originally Posted by bernie1227 View Post
    that just reminded me of something:
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    The story of my life.

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    Ha! So true - a moderator's work is never done

    Keep up the great work in the forum ajfmrf - it's nice to have another regular around.

    I cant remember where i saw the article I read a while back - think it was by Jakob Neilsen - but it talked about web visitor contribution; 10% of visitors contribute occasionally and 1% contributes regularly. It seems that the vast majority of folks only sign up at DD to get a question answered and they're never to be seen again, which is a shame. It's a more pleasant atmosphere when people hang around, contribute, learn and grow together. I suppose that's just the nature of the web though - people use it to find information and once they have it, its purpose is served... exit();
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    Actually... a whole pile of members never post at all (or have had their posts deleted). 18697 of them...
    And 44020 of the members have less than 5 posts...

    So yeah.... what Beverley said

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    Group hug for everyone hanging out in The Lounge!

    So are you guys members of other forums as well as DD?
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