View Full Version : future plans of UT
2003-Dec-26, 10:19 AM
I just wanna sticky-beak:
what are the future plans for UT and can i help in any way? perhaps as an education reporter/reviewer....lol
2003-Dec-26, 12:03 PM
Keep in mind that UT is nearing its fifth birthday. My objective in starting the site was to share my enthusiasm for astronomy and space exploration with other people in a way that doesn't send me to the poor house. The future will hold a lot more of the same...
Whenever people ask me how they can help out Universe Today, I point them towards the forum. It's here where it stops being my enthusiasm, and starts being the community's enthusiasm.
Since you're the poster child for getting involved on the Universe Today forum, Damien (400 posts in 10 days)... I'd say you've got it all figured out. :-)
If you're already subscribed to the newsletter, you'll see that I often showcase forum threads there, so if you put a review or something here, it'll probably end up getting promoted in the newsletter.
2003-Dec-26, 12:32 PM
Fraser is posting on average 7.3 posts/day whereas damienpaul is a whooping 40 per day.
For number of days until damienpaul outscores Fraser in the posting count:
400 + 40x = 1456 + 7.3x
32.7x = 1056
x = 32.3
32 days and 8 hours approx!
2003-Dec-26, 01:47 PM
awww such nice comments! :D well the next few days I will be offline making someone very happy!!! but when i get a chance to i will once again keep to my habit of enthusiasm!
2004-Jan-14, 03:50 AM
We see Alice's Little Woman has slowed him down a bit lol :D .
Ah! Romantic Bliss, ...... stars in the night sky, ...... trembling hands, touching ;)
2004-Jan-15, 10:11 AM
well it no work out chook, damo back to being a singularity again....oh well
2004-Jan-17, 09:18 PM
No worries, mate - it's happened to us all B)
2004-Jan-18, 01:03 PM
5 years? Crikey - that is a good time to be going. Well done no getting this far!
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