On Oct 5, 11:43 am, JSH <jst...@gmail.com> wrote: > On Oct 3, 3:10 pm, Rupert <rupertmccal...@yahoo.com> wrote: > > > > > On Oct 4, 3:10 am, JSH <jst...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > On Oct 3, 12:40 am, Rupert <rupertmccal...@yahoo.com> wrote: > > > > > On Oct 3, 12:50 am, JSH <jst...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > > On Oct 2, 2:16 am, Rupert <rupertmccal...@yahoo.com> wrote: > > > > > > > On Oct 2, 1:02 pm, JSH <jst...@gmail.com> wrote: > > > > > > > > I keep mentioning country counts as they really have me wondering and > > > > > > > I don't have the full answers yet, but I can't just dismiss them as > > > > > > > I've been looking at web analytics data now for years, and I know that > > > > > > > you just don't have your work appeal to people in roughly 40 countries > > > > > > > month after month, easily. It's just kind of hard to do, and the > > > > > > > thing about it is, I'm not appealing. It's my math. > > > > > > > It sounds as though you believe that your work "appeals" to quite a > > > > > > lot of people. What exactly do you mean by that? I mean, do you think > > > > > > UGH!!! You are in your own little bubble reality. > > > > > > Stats from Google Analytics in your fringe world mean nothing. > > > > > > Country counts showing hits from all over the world in your bubble > > > > > reality, are meaningless. > > > > > > > that your work appeals to me? I've put a fair amount of effort into > > > > > > bothering to respond to quite a while, after all. Is that what you > > > > > > mean by your work "appealing" to some one? You seem to believe that a > > > > > > lot of people have at least read your work. That is as may be. Exactly > > > > > > what evidence do you have with regard to how they feel about it? Has > > > > > > anyone corresponded with you about it? > > > > > > You make up your own arbitrary rules for a world you don't understand. > > > > > > And probably don't wish to understand. > > > > > > But few people would care, and not even me, except you confidently > > > > > reply to me with garbage, and insist on pretending as you do that > > > > > you're some incredible person talking down to this crazy crackpot who > > > > > just refuses to understand. > > > > > > But it is YOU who refuses to understand. > > > > > > I can't live in your fantasy world and don't wish to live in it. I > > > > > have to go by the stats that the rest of the world accepts, like > > > > > Google Analytics. > > > > > > You are in the crackpot zone. Not me. I'm quite deliberately using > > > > > Usenet as I explain all the time and I can look at Google stats on a > > > > > daily basis to see how well I'm doing. I don't need your inept > > > > > opinion. > > > > > > James Harris > > > > > If you think that the Google Analytics stats are evidence that you > > > > have achieved something then that's awesome, really. I have no > > > > interest in trying to persuade you otherwise. I personally usually > > > > find it to be more of a source of satisfaction when I actually receive > > > > positive feedback about my work. > > > > > Anyway, it's a shame that you think that my effors to critique your > > > > work are "garbage". <deleted> > > > > Oh and replying again to apologize for being harsh but I'm trying to > > > get through to you and posters like you that the situation has > > > changed. > > > > But being rude isn't something I like doing--me, not the "JSH" > > > persona--and with some of these recent postings I'm stepping outside > > > of the JSH persona more to try and show the business side of things. > > > > So sorry for the "garbage" piece where my real point is to not think > > > you're in one situation, when you're in another. I've carefully built > > > a worldwide audience in a lot of countries. As I've continued to move > > > on with the new situation I'm facing replies from people like yourself > > > that are, as I like to say, in a time-warp as you play pretend and > > > post as if nothing has changed at all!!! > > > > Just trying, for the moment, to get through to you, but this moment is > > > ending, and I'll simply pick up the JSH persona again and return to > > > business as usual. > > > > I have a global machine to keep running... > > > > James Harris > > > Well, you say that you don't care much about my opinion about you and > > the feeling is mutual, really. > > > You seem to have the idea that I bear you some kind of ill-will. I > > don't. I rather hope that you manage to find some kind of fulfilment > > from your mathematical effort. But it doesn't make a lot of sense to > > *me* that you would hang around here and get the kind of feedback that > > you're getting if there are people out there that hold your work in > > high regard. I'd be wanting to find the people who actually value my > > work and talk to them about it. It just doesn't make sense to me. But > > Why? >
You claim there are large numbers of people who find your work valuable, right. So wouldn't it be a more rewarding experience to seek them out and talk to them instead of talking to people who tell you you're a troll and a crackpot? Do you have any suggestions for why none of these people who value your work have contacted you?
> What do you think Usenet is? > > What do you think sci.math is? > > It occurs to me that you believe it to be something highly personal to > you, which has no relationship to what it is in actuality. > > > obviously it makes sense to you so I suppose I must be missing > > something. > > Well, duh. I'm posting aren't I? > > It occurs to me that you may be a person who has a very distorted view > of reality and figuring out what that is, can help me when it comes to > distractions such as yourself. > > You, I suggest, have no clue what sci.math is. > > James Harris