I tend to post late (and often obscurely), so I don't expect too much response (and try to just be amused). But what can be discouraging is when I post a response that (I think) can really help someone and _they_ don't respond/seem to notice.
As to over ++'d nodes, I noticed long ago that it mostly has to do with what's around it, time of day, etc.
And yes, do like mirod
suggests (I actually had noticed two of his selections). -- Maybe I'll start noting nodes which I'm surprised haven't gotten more notice.
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