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>Like James Kreul, I too was away from the listserv and then amazed at the sudden flurry of activity.
>How is it that for long periods in January and February Frameworks can remain so dormant or slow in accumulating discussion and then suddenly a >huge swarming takes place?
>This is a purely sociological question...I guess.
>Or does it have to do with sun spots?
The frequency of FrameWorks posts is inversely proportional to the number of current sunspots:
Where F is the amount of FrameWork posting (in KB/h) and s is the number of sunspots. 50.4364 is the Brakhage-Mekas constant discovered in early 2006 by a team of physicists working at NIST.
Seriously, though, I thought it was funny that I happened to get this in my inbox today (right after Chuck's post):
For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <(address suppressed)>.