Chart


#1

[Permalink]


#2

I like xkcd’s chart better :smile:


#3

Graph is too clear, requires obfuscation.


#4

Super fun. This comment has 70 letters, four numerals, five punctuation marks and 14 spaces.


#5

I’m leaving that tab open for spite. Don’t tell me what to do chart!


#6

This is a good xkcd-style joke, but on boingboing people will probably just scroll past it when they get the joke rather than close a tab. Someone should do a version of this that’s on its own page, and that actually auto-updates based on how long people stay on the page.


#7

Is the shape of the curve significant? Are axes linear, log, loglog? What’s the maximum? Am I overanalysing this? So many questions.


#8

But only because it lacks a serial comma.


#9

I didn’t find a link. Is this just a humorous image, or an actual chart that’s updated by analyzing how long people actually keep the tab open?


#10

You still fit into the chart. Sorry.


#11

For certain tabs, the chart runs the other way. The longer the tab is open, the less likely I am to close it. Email and BB, for example, never get closed.


#12

Yes, yes you are.


#13

If this was xkcd, the graph would be live and based on session data. Actually there’s an idea - a generated webcomic unique for each user.


#14

The word “lacks” implies one should be there.


#15

This topic was automatically closed after 5 days. New replies are no longer allowed.