MacRumors Late Nite

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ziggyonice

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I'm the type of person who stays up pretty late -- and here in the U.S., it's already after hours. So once it starts to hit these late night timeframes, the activity on MacRumors slows down considerably. I keep my eyes on the Forum Spy, looking for a new post to pop-up... although it sometimes takes a while for it to happen, after dark. But when it does, I rush to complete a response, interested in seeing who else might be waiting for some action on a slow evening.

So... anyone else consider themselves a member of MacRumors' late night crew?
 

sammich

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Sep 26, 2006
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Sarcasmville.
I'm the type of person who stays up pretty late -- and here in the U.S., it's already after hours. So once it starts to hit these late night timeframes, the activity on MacRumors slows down considerably. I keep my eyes on the Forum Spy, looking for a new post to pop-up... although it sometimes takes a while for it to happen, after dark. But when it does, I rush to complete a response, interested in seeing who else might be waiting for some action on a slow evening.

So... anyone else consider themselves a member of MacRumors' late night crew?
Well, I'm in Australia, so when I'm on late, it's early morning for you guys in the US.

I'm a junkie for making myself helpful to others late a night.
 

iBlue

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Mar 17, 2005
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Well it's 9:30am in jolly olde England and I often find this place to be a bit of a ghost town around these hours. It's a damn shame, it is.
 

ziggyonice

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It's kinda sad, really. The posts that show up around this time are usually rather lame, I've found. They're either random, totally off-topic responses to threads with 500+ replies, or they're just the strangest of things to read. Interesting things and interesting people happen at this time of day (or night)... but nothing as productive as what appears during the busy hours.
 

jamin100

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Sep 22, 2008
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Yup, im in England too and its 10am here . .

Usually really quiet until around 1-2pm
 

Goldfrapp

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Jul 31, 2005
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I'm in too. It's almost six in the morning here in New York, and I've not gone to bed yet. Feeling kinda insomniac. 
 

jav6454

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Nov 14, 2007
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I'm the type of person who stays up pretty late -- and here in the U.S., it's already after hours. So once it starts to hit these late night timeframes, the activity on MacRumors slows down considerably. I keep my eyes on the Forum Spy, looking for a new post to pop-up... although it sometimes takes a while for it to happen, after dark. But when it does, I rush to complete a response, interested in seeing who else might be waiting for some action on a slow evening.

So... anyone else consider themselves a member of MacRumors' late night crew?
Me at times. Love the self imposed Graveyard shift.
 

ziggyonice

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Me at times. Love the self imposed Graveyard shift.
haha, Hey someone's got to take it, right? It'll be that time soon enough as it's already starting to slow down for the night. I'll be here for another couple hours though as I'll probably hit my 68000 status tonight. :)
 

ziggyonice

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Rather off topic, but I didn't want to create a new thread... It could be a rather interesting late night conversation! :)


How do you use MacRumors? As in, personally, what do you find yourself doing on the site? How long would you say you spend on the site? What content do you find yourself looking at the most?

For example, I find that I spend most of my time on the Forum Spy. And in fact, I may a couple hours on the site at a time, when it's busy (or when I'm bored during these late hours). I probably check the site (and the Spy) several times a day. What about you?
 

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