Looking back through the posts in this forum (Speakers Corner) I appear to have won the title "Most Boring post 2004" with no responses.I pipped Gibson st19 with his fascinating "Outlook 2002 rules loosing(sic) my emails and Jay day with his interesting "Copernic desktop just got better" with one response each. You have a long way to go gents before you can catch me. OK there are some "nul" responses in the other forums but once I get around to replying to those I will claim the "unified world championship". Not that you will, but please remember do not reply to this.
Some threads don't really invite responses - they're providing information, and people tend to read them and move on. Then again, some thread topics aren't as inviting as others. Some threads relate to problems that aren't easily solved, or look as if they are going to be a long haul,and that can deter would-be posters.
Post something that is entitled "What's wrong with downloading music" or "I think Microsoft is a wonderful company" and you'll soon see the posts rolling in. I can tell a big-numbers thread almost the minute it's posted, because over the years I've learnt to know what's popular and what isn't.
Your day will come, but in the meantime enjoy the peace.