Dramatic Fall in Web Log Viewing

Web log statistics

Web log statistics

Following a slight decrease in views per day yesterday, the Eighth Worst Blog Ever has seen a dramatic downturn in viewing activity on Friday morning. When questioned about the sharp decline in popularity, the creator of this often talked about web log declined to comment. Rumors about the declination of both the web log’s popularity and media releases regarding this phenomenon are spreading rapidly.

One disgruntled former voyeur suggested that it was about time that people stopped viewing the content on this internet site, as it was largely irrelevant and a waste of time. Others, however, have not taken the news so lightly.

“It really gave meaning to my life, and I feel like we need to support this web log through this difficult time. You’ve really got to feel for the all the families involved,” said one fictitious fan.

“Aww, man!” said another.

Theories regarding the fall of this mighty internet giant from grace are varied, but some believe that the cause of this downturn is merely a problem with the statistics. Perhaps examining the statistics for the number of views for the blog early in the morning artificially diminishes the popularity rating, because people have not yet had the opportunity to view the web log as they have been asleep. An investigation has yet to qualify these remarks.

Regardless of whether you think it is an undeserved tragedy or fair enough really, this is a momentous moment in the history of the internet.

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One thought on “Dramatic Fall in Web Log Viewing

  1. very theonion.com. until this point:

    Regardless of whether you think it is an undeserved tragedy or fair enough really, this is a momentous moment in the history of the internet.

    when it becomes very micallef.

    have you run a t-test to see if the sample size (i.e. the number of days) is big enough?

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