Tim M wrote:
The counter peaked out at around 600, but it would be good to see how many unique user log-ons there were during the period.
They have the statistics now. I guess they should have advertised more. Probably not many from outside the wiki came. I for example have been a fan of the series for some time now but only found the wiki last month after the rumors of the show being possibly cancelled started to come. I do hope they were advertising only or rumors started by competing series' people and today they announce the show will come back.
Even with telling in forums like imdb and tv.com forums (I dont know which are the big forums, but imdb registration seemed too hard for me, did not bother with using a phone, as that would have meant I would have had to lift my behind from the table and fetch the phone and tv.com did not send the link to register when I tried those two, then gave up so only told here about it, yet here the fans probably knew already) there might have been a couple hundred more and even more by telling computer-specific sites (as there are lots of nerds usually in those.)
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