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Plurk Karma Experiment - Can I Have A Life?

I’ve been using Plurk like a junky lately and loving it. Just so happens that I have a life on the side of my plurking. I know I know I shouldn’t but I just can’t help it. I’m going to a cottage party and will be back in ~30 hours.

I’ve routinely seen people say wow I didn’t login yesterday and my karma went down or something to that extent. This experiment will let us know if you can build up enough karma to have a life for a day or if you need to login and post like a maniac every single day to appease the karma gods. My karma at the time of posting this is 55.24.

This is just for fun because I’ll continue using Plurk just the same as I always have BUT if it drains my karma considerably I’d equate it to a high maintenance gf or bf.

Let’s see if Plurk throws a hissy fit or let’s one of it’s fans go and have a life. At the very least this will give me something more to plurk about when I return. For what it’s worth I don’t really care if it goes down. It’s like other metrics online that have absolutely no correlation to conversions or actions. It’s just an ego stroke for those “into it” with no bearing on real life hahaha.

The experiment is here; this is my last plurk, plurk reply etc…

http://www.plurk.com/p/e9zb

Let’s see what happens; any predictions!?

Written by: Bloggeries

3 Responses to “Plurk Karma Experiment - Can I Have A Life?”

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  2. Rizen on August 7th, 2015 | 6:30 am

    Plurk, all the way, for me Personally, I am not a tech industry proesn and Twitter elitism kinda works my nerves, Plurk has less pretension! A breath of fresh air that was definitely needed people need to relax and while I was drawn to what I thought was the initial cuteness of the Twitter interface I am turned off by the snobbery and rich kid whining that can be prevalent there so not cute! and btw, three words make Plurk better no Fail Whale!

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