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What is the longest continuous period of time that you sat at a computer or other device and interacted with Fluther?

Asked by josie (23305 points ) January 23rd, 2014

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Coloma's avatar

Maybe a couple of hours in the early morning or evening. If I’m home I might pop in a few times to see what’s up, otherwise my most active times are the above.

filmfann's avatar

Probably about 6 hours. That was a couple years ago.

talljasperman's avatar

23.5 hours…. I had to pee. I went over all the orphans to the beginning of Fluther.

jca's avatar

About 4 hours. I usually jump around various sites – email, FB, Fluther, and around and around. Time flies when you’re having fun.

Mimishu1995's avatar

4 hours with no rest. I don’t know how many times I click on Dr. Jelly to refresh the site and update my “Activity for you”.

marinelife's avatar

Usually just a few minutes a day these days.

hearkat's avatar

I’ve never clocked it, and typically switch between here and other sites; but since becoming a moderator a few weeks ago, it has increased.

shrubbery's avatar

I don’t count but back when the chat room was active probably a looooong time

rojo's avatar

Oh, I don’t rightly know. I come and go. If I have a few moments at work I tune in, turn on and participate so it might seem I am on for longer than I really am but then there are days when I do not have the opportunity. In the evenings I might spend a couple of hours, particularly on Thursday night.

ucme's avatar

By sheer coincidence, it happens to be exactly the same length of time as set in the women’s marathon at the London Olympics, fancy that.

anniereborn's avatar

I’m not sure. I don’t just sit on this site. I’m usually browsing several with this one. Maybe a few hours with fluther up? I’m not sure.

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