elizabby (elizabby) wrote in aussie_cup,
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Fellow Aussies, what do you do about the time problem?

What I mean is that you post a question on the (mainly US-dominated) boards, then go to bed and when you get back the next morning you find that the whole thread of discussion has developed without you? Does anyone know what is a good time to be online to try to catch up with what is being said?

I mostly post in the daytime when I am at work (faster connection here) but if I was watching a particular thread I could log on at home too. I've tried to work out what times the US sites are active, but it seems to vary a lot depending on what part of the US they are in. Do most people post in the evenings or the daytime?
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I have broadband and work at home, so I'm online all day and a lot of the night, I've found that around 9-11:30am seems to be around after dinner time/late evening there, and that's when more people are online, through the day here it can slow a bit (coz that's middle of the night there) and then late evening here can start to get more active again. At around 1am it also starts getting busier again.

But that's just what happens on the Internet and with time zones.