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Positive increase in numbers about oneself would help anyone to be constantly alive and kicking. You tried to find out the rate of acceleration. You actually want something to be thrilled about at perlmonks. When you initiate, you become happy and joyful to see the rise of XP. It is time to find out new thrill at perlmonks.

It's like a game. When you play a game, you become slightly happier when you do better. The previous state of mind doesn't matter much. PM/game gives you opportunity to raise your socre regardless of your current level. You want to maintain that thrill. If provided more statistics which goes on increasing daily, you would be happy. How about possible number of nodes you read and commented on it?. How about the number of messages that you got so far. How about number of minutes that you spent at Perlmonks? List could be endless.

May be it's time to look at some other numbers in the life.


In reply to Re: Tipping the Balance by artist
in thread Tipping the Balance by BigLug

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