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  • More than 70.000 stories on Cowbird by around 34.000 individuals - that does not sound too good to me: it means that on the avarage people write less tan 2 stories. I have seen many peole start on Cowbird and then never appear again. They try it out, it is another adventuare in Cyber Space and then they lose interest.

    I see that very few keep writing as if Cowbird was their daily journal. Howe many keep writing since they started? Is there a statistics about that?

    My impression is that from the beginning I was here to now the avarage amount of stories per Cowbird - Member has continually decreased as has the avarage number of readers for each story.

    It might be our consumersĀ“attitude, we also see that in people looking for therapy or spiritualk practice: we tend to go shopping around, always addicted to new stimulus, with Little continuity or resilience...

    But, maybe it is still good: 1 or 2 stories from as many humans as posible, it still definitely is a library of HUMAN EXPERIENCE.

    It does not matter anyways. I enjoy to be here!


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    Art by Kiki
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