I was wondering about the rise in numbers of members in here, and how much of an impact we were making. <br>I think I put it in perspective for myself. I did a search for OSX in "all posts" and came up with 32 total, dating back to 5/19/01.<br>When did this forum start up?<br><br>
#5332 - 04/23/0212:16 AMRe: Wow! We must be like an invasion in here..
Well, Stan's profile says he registered 5/19/01, so I think you hit the nail on the head.<br><br>Yep, it's been pretty quiet 'round these parts, too quiet actually for the last couple of months ... until Friday night. <br><br>Hey, we're glad to have the company.<br><br>
The forums got off to a decent start last summer, but sort of died off for some reason towards the end of the summer/start of fall. there are a few regulars that still post, but there just weren't enough of us to stay involved... I have a feeling that we still all had another place to chat with other friends, not like 2-5 years ago when the forums were all new and we were all excited. <br><br>So, yes, its like an invasion, but its more like the Red Cross invading with supplies than the Germans invading France.<br><br>Welcome.<br><br>
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