Logged in: 4,060 times

  User-312386 08:45 04 Aug 2005

Hi all

I have now logged in 4,060 times

Been here since the heady days of windows 98

Just looked and thought, My god, have i really been here that long.

What about you?

  anchor 08:56 04 Aug 2005

3,643 times, and I thought that was a lot.

  Magic Hobo 09:59 04 Aug 2005

I know that doesnt sound like alot but the first hurdle is always the hardest :).

  DieSse 11:37 04 Aug 2005

6,658 ;-))

but I log in and out a lot - so the figures aren't really that significant.

  spuds 14:08 04 Aug 2005

Since 2001 I have only logged in 3188 times, but it could have been very much more, had I logged out and in many times a day :o)

  Pooke 14:30 04 Aug 2005

954 but i log back in upto four times a day, in between the missus kicking me off the PC.

  BIG Ben strikes 10 again! 14:47 04 Aug 2005

I guess I havn't actully been on PCA much lately.

I used to go on it everyday, but lately i've hardly been on at all.

  recap 15:05 04 Aug 2005

under my current name. Have been here since the early days and without it, I dont think I would be where I am today.

  pj123 15:07 04 Aug 2005

I'm on 4612 but as DieSse says the figures aren't that significant. I also log in and out quite a few times a day. I know a Forum member who logs in and remains logged in all day so that only increases his figure by one a day. If you log in and out (say) 10 times a day you could increase your figures quite substantially.

  Mr Mistoffelees 17:40 04 Aug 2005

to start logging in and out 50 times a day?

P.S. I'm on 1483 :-)

  Forum Editor 17:46 04 Aug 2005

has been responsible for changes in the login patterns - many regular forum users are logged in for very long periods, and that reduces their login totals to the point where they become rather meaningless.

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