The frequency of blog posts are inversely proportional to the occurrence of having a life.
What about the correlation between wavelength and amplitude of blog-posts and this "occurrence of having a life"? :) And does intensity count? (You could have more life in 10 seconds than I can hope to have in 10 years, for example)...
In other news:The sky is up. Beer is delicious. Close Talkers are unsettling.
I think it's more like an inverse U. If you're so busy that you have no life then you don't have the time to blog.If you have too much of a life then you don't have time to blog either.
All: Ok. Anything you say. The heat and the horns are making me incapable of rational thought, let alone convoluted semantic discussions.I have to go yell at some cabbies now.
Horns and heat? Let me guess. You are in West Texas on a ranch.
What about comments?What's the correlation between commenting on random posts on the blogosphere and having a life?
km:sounds more like a halloween s&m nightclub to me.
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