September 12, 2013
I think that less than 150 peeps have blogged a new blog so far on the new Xanga 2.0. Hard to tell because our access here is so horribly insular and disconnected from others. But it's my best guest as a past graduate school college professor of quantitative analysis (statistics).
In other words, if you went to a large high school, about 1/3 of your graduating class--scattered all around the world--is now investing in expressing itself here. Hope you were popular in high school.
September 11th's near-mortem stats from Quantcast, Xanga's official stat keeper:
Every day...fewer and fewer and fewer. Even the number of complainers who were registering their complaints with xanga's Help (http://help.xanga.com/) that they lost legitimate Premium/Subscribed access is diminishing. Not because they got the Help they sought. But because an overwhelming numbers of their complaints have not been addressed by John and his minimal remaining xanga staff. And those so disenfranchised by xanga are prevalently just giving up.
Xanga is no longer even a little town with one stop light. Or a township with one stop sign at an intersection. It's a short stretch of country road with no lights or intersections.
But you know what? For those of us left, meeting by chance or divine design alongside this country road in a country cornfield with little traffic and no lights but starlight could prove extremely intimate.