Category talk:Addicted to geohashing

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The revision history of this page is funnier than the page!

I love the cycle of geohashing diagram, but there are actually two parallel tracks after hash o' clock: the planning-expedition one, and the disappointment-boredom one, for when all geohashes within a day's travel fall in restricted areas or open ocean. -Robyn 17:08, 8 October 2008 (UTC)

Right, so it's either Planning - Expedition - Boredom or Planning !Disappointment Event! Boredom x2 ...? -- Relet 17:51, 8 October 2008 (UTC)
Or is it Hash o'clock = Disappointment -> Boredom x3? Oh, my! -- Relet 17:52, 8 October 2008 (UTC)
Well for me it's:
anticipation --> hash o' clock --> excited looking up --> planning --> expedition -->reporting --> sleep
                                 |
                                 V
                                 disappointment --> wild fantasizing about going anyway --> wiki editing

Not sure what I did to get a box around that, but there it is. -Robyn 19:02, 8 October 2008 (UTC)

Spaces at the beginning of a line make it boxey and fixed width. You're right.. we were just discussing (boredom => wiki edits) on the IRC channel, when I was drawing the diagram. The other way around it does not work. :) Hm. And how could I forget sleep.
Actually, the discussion sprung up when I was trying to name the zones of the day in a hash-related, time zone independent manner, as in hash o'clock. It drifted away from that.. well, I guess I have to find a way to bring accuracy and wittiness together. -- Relet 19:11, 8 October 2008 (UTC)

Hmm, these things all apply to me, except for the one about perl (I don't do code)and friends (what're they?). Should I be worried? I also made a small alteration to the diagram that I found mildly amusing, hope you don't mind. -- UnwiseOwl 10/8

Yup you're addicted. You should add the category to your page. And huh? Vanilla Ice? I don't get it. -Robyn 00:10, 2 November 2008 (UTC)
(http://xkcd.com/112/) I can give it up any time I want, though... - UnwiseOwl 01:47, 2 November 2008 (UTC)