I am at something like twenty-six hours of being awake. I am convinced that this is the way to fix my sleep schedule which constantly gets off because my body really likes to sleep for about 12 hours and then stay up for about 16, leading to a really normal natural cycle.
Although I still feel totally awake right now, I have been a bit hyper all day (I partially attribute this to the amazing 60degree weather we had today here in early January in Pittsburgh – as the girl I was walking behind told her friend in front of the Pitt Union – I think this must like totally be global warming // friend-girl responds: I think I like it? ) and have probably said a bunch of crazy things to people.
So what if I post some charts on all the crazy short messages I have broadcast out to the internet over the last year – convenient because I seem to have tons of these year2007 posts backlogged.
The following charts show my Twitter stats from 2007. Except actually they are my all time Twitter usage – I realized this because ever since I installed Leopard at the very end of October I stopped twittering, because for some reason Twitterific didn’t load on launch, and I kept forgetting, excuses, excuses, blah, blah, blah, end of the semester – and I ended up not twittering all of Nov. & Dec., which means those big bars on the chart are from last Nov. & Dec. Which is fine.
If you have twitter (and a mac) you can also do this – the script was created by Damon Cortesi and if you don’t have a mac there is also a web version linked over there that doesn’t need Numbers which above uses.
I also have the post-lunch peak that gruber noticed, an awkward Thursday drop that I can’t explain, and I have very low @results, because I really just post updates, I don’t use it so much for conversations. Maybe that could be a resolution for 2008.
(for those of you playing along at home – the bad ideas are in bold. — jk, I like Pittsburgh)