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Rejoice in Meaningless Statistics
Posted by Eric on 10 December 2001, 08:17 GMT

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Re: Rejoice in Meaningless Statistics
benthomas  Account Info

Wow

     10 December 2001, 08:43 GMT


Re: Re: Rejoice in Meaningless Statistics
roms  Account Info
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Amazing !!!
Keep up the good work and a long life to www.ticalc.org

:-))

     10 December 2001, 11:29 GMT

Re: Rejoice in Meaningless Statistics
lord_nightrose Account Info
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w00t. Nice job.

I'M #1 MOST DOWNLOADED THIS WEEK!!! ROXXOR! Okay, anyway.

Yeah. That's really impressive. I'm not surprised, though. You guys are pretty much *the* source for calculator programs and information these days.

     10 December 2001, 14:49 GMT

File download statistics
Patrick Davidson  Account Info
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What exactly is the current schedule for updating the toplists? It certainly seems to me that the totals are less than a whole week's worth.

     10 December 2001, 17:43 GMT


Re: File download statistics
Robert Mohr  Account Info
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I believe it resets at 12:00M Sunday morning.

     10 December 2001, 21:25 GMT


Re: Re: File download statistics
S. G. Account Info
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If it were truly 12:00M, it wouldn't be Sunday morning. It would be 12:00M between Saturdays and Sundays. It doesn't belong to either day; it's a dividing line. Just like the present is neither past nor future.

     11 December 2001, 22:00 GMT


Re: Re: Re: File download statistics
Benjamin Esham  Account Info
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What I don't get is this: you have 7pm, then 8pm, 9pm, 10pm, 11pm, and then- 12am! Why isn't midnight 12 o'clock PM?

     12 December 2001, 00:36 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: File download statistics
Barrett Anderson  Account Info
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well... (this is what i think)... someone decided to have 24 hour days... then someone decided to divide the day in to 2 12 hour parts, so they started at 0am, then 1am,2am, 3am,4am,5am,6am,7am, 8am,9am,10am,11am, 0pm, 1pm, 2pm etc... but they didn't like saying 0-oclock, so they made it twelve...

     12 December 2001, 01:42 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: File download statistics
tge82  Account Info

Heck, I just use 24-hour (a.k.a. military) time! It's less confusing than this. :-)

     13 December 2001, 18:38 GMT


Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: File download statistics
lord_nightrose Account Info
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I use the 16-hour clock provided to me by Gene Ray , purveyor of TimeCube goods.

http://timecube.com/index15.html

     16 December 2001, 07:32 GMT

Re: Rejoice in Meaningless Statistics
ricardito  Account Info
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Fantastic People!!!! Keep it up!

     10 December 2001, 18:12 GMT

Re: Rejoice in Meaningless Statistics
no_one_2000_  Account Info

go ticalc! Oh yeah oh yeah oh yeah oh yeah oh yeah oh yeah oh yeah

     10 December 2001, 23:05 GMT

Re: Rejoice in Meaningless Statistics
aksuur

didnt they do a news item on this same subject a while back?

     10 December 2001, 23:06 GMT


Re: Re: Rejoice in Meaningless Statistics
Chickendude  Account Info

Yeah, I think so. Check the April 3rd 2001 (or 4th; somewhere around there) news item.

     12 December 2001, 03:48 GMT

Re: Rejoice in Meaningless Statistics
calcman03  Account Info

Hey ticalc.org is kick ass. No other website is better than ticalc.org

     13 December 2001, 23:59 GMT

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