Statistics Saturday: 2015, To Date

It's a pie chart slightly over two-thirds January and slightly under one-thirds February.
The year 2015 in summary (as of the 14th of February).

Next week: how 2015 is shaping up relative to projections.

Author: Joseph Nebus

I was born 198 years to the day after Johnny Appleseed. The differences between us do not end there. He/him.

10 thoughts on “Statistics Saturday: 2015, To Date”

  1. Hi!! I am following you on twitter but you didn’t follow me back! 😦 I bet you do not know it is me! Will you follow me? Yes/no (circle one) Thank you!


      1. I figured because it’s a pic of me, not my artwork! 😄 I added you and I noticed it’s been like a week so I thought I should say something lol


        1. Yes, must have been. That and I’ve gotten a rash of what look like Twitter bots following me, so I’d got to not paying much attention to new-follower notices. I should probably put more thought into that.

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        2. Oh I get them too. I try to weed them out from real people but some still get followed. 😦 I wish twitter had better tools to manage followers with.


        3. It seems to me that most people use it to talk to friends, or make connections. A lot of users are fake. A lot. And I know a lot of people buy fans. I used to not care so I added everyone and now I regret it because who wants to weed through 5k contacts? Only about a couple hundred of those are worthwhile to me, but I don’t want to pay money to sort them out. 😩


        4. Well, there is that; I might not have a huge number of Twitter followers but at least I am fairly sure I know who the majority of them are, or at least I thought they were, at the time. Haven’t had to do a weeding-out in a long while.

          My brother, the one who’s really mastered social media, encourages the use of Twitter as a way to make connections but I just haven’t got any sense how to go about doing that connecting. Apparently if you do it right pretty quickly people from distant cities will be paying good money to have you come out and speak at computer security conferences, which sounds like a great deal if you want to talk with people in distant cities about computer security.

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