General E2 Statistics

Node Types

Type # %
writeup 459299 48.619%
e2node 348924 36.935%
Nothing Found 104057 11.015%
user 28881 3.057%
superdoc 2235 0.237%
UNKNOWN 240 0.025%
document 132 0.014%
stylesheet 100 0.011%
e2poll 98 0.010%
usergroup 97 0.010%
node_forward 86 0.009%
htmlcode 80 0.008%
category 79 0.008%
collaboration 55 0.006%
nodetype 51 0.005%
restricted_superdoc 51 0.005%
htmlpage 40 0.004%
nodelet 24 0.003%
dbtable 18 0.002%
writeuptype 17 0.002%
registry 15 0.002%
edevdoc 14 0.001%
debate 13 0.001%
superdocnolinks 11 0.001%
container 10 0.001%
room 9 0.001%
fullpage 8 0.001%
setting 8 0.001%
maintenance 7 0.001%
codearchive 5 0.001%
nodegroup 5 0.001%
nodeletgroup 5 0.001%
debatecomment 4 0.000%
nodeball 4 0.000%
opcode 2 0.000%
plaindoc 2 0.000%
ticker 2 0.000%
e2client 1 0.000%
jscript 1 0.000%
mail 1 0.000%
patch 1 0.000%
theme_container 1 0.000%
Totals 944693 100.000%

Longest Titles

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1 before the internet when teen had REAL relationship the boy could look at the girl and judge the diameter of her thorax with his feelers and determine whether the mating ritual could commence but NO MORE. evil woman use her computer sorcery (240)
2 Don't kill your invisible husband to see what he looks like or you'll sob your heart out. But don't worry about the millions of invisible men coming to attack your village because they won't kill you if you don't know how to fight them. (236)
3 The gun is good. The penis is evil. The penis shoots seeds, and makes new life, and poisons the earth with a plague of men, as once it was. But the gun shoots death, and purifies the earth of the filth of brutals. Go forth and kill! (232)
4 Meanwhile, the PILOT, who has been laughing hysterically through the entire sequence, finally loses it. He falls out of his chair and bangs his head against the panel, causing the ship to lose control and crash into a nearby planet (231)
5 The Man Felt an Iron Hand Grasp Him by the Hair, at the Nape. Not One Hand, a Hundred Hands Seized Him, Each by the Hair, and Tore Him Head to Foot, the Way You Tear Up a Sheet of Paper, Into Hundreds of Little Pieces (217)
6 The guy who may as well already be dead and therefore doesn't care about the consequences of his actions and is able to move with perfect freedom for the remainder of what will likely be a tragically short life (210)
7 Having someone wrapped around you, looking into your eyes, inches away from your face, smiling the cutest smile in the world and giving you quick little kisses on the nose is the greatest feeling anywhere ever (209)
8 Drink your tea slowly and reverently, as if it is the axis on which the world earth revolves---slowly, evenly, without rushing toward the future. Live the actual moment. Only this moment is life. (195)
9 The Firestone dealership was full to the brim with cars. But I reasoned I would need a boat, since my desire was to go to Ireland. Just then a harsh reminder surfaced; water is expensive in hell. (195)
10 Shall I tell you stories of other stars: stars that you love, that deserve your love. Stars that do not disappoint, and disgust, and disgrace your love. Oh, I have hope they exist for your sake! (194)
11 I learned never to empty the well of my writing, but always to stop when there was still something there in the deep part of the well, and let it refill at night from the springs that fed it. (191)
12 Gaily they went down in the lush field a treasure of valuables or specie or bullion lodged with a crust of bread into her coat of arms weaving currying the embroidering of silk in summer. (187)
13 For every rich man who tries to leave this world for a better one with his fancy tomb surrounded by mourners, there are many more who perish alone in the cold, forgotten by all but God. (185)
14 An Account of the Bash at Bier Baron in Celebration of CassParadox's Upcoming Migration to the West Coast, Wherein We Were Loved by All, and Even the Manager Sent Over Free Cream Puffs (184)
15 I will REMOVE your "All your radical touching base are already occurred to the lesbian monkey puppy" philosophy on me if you don't eat my soy google balls, hatt-baby. Real or malarky? (183)

Shortest Titles

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Oldest Nodes

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1 (user) (1/1/1753)
2 hemos (user) (1/1/1900)
3 LSD (e2node) (1/1/1900)
4 The Simpsons (e2node) (1/1/1900)
5 Brian Eno (e2node) (1/1/1900)
6 Frank Zappa (e2node) (1/1/1900)
7 Linux (e2node) (1/1/1900)
8 Blade Runner (e2node) (1/1/1900)
9 Slashdot (e2node) (1/1/1900)
10 anime (e2node) (1/1/1900)
11 Red (e2node) (1/1/1900)
12 Beer (e2node) (1/1/1900)
13 Hunter S. Thompson (e2node) (1/1/1900)
14 The Blues Brothers (e2node) (1/1/1900)
15 David Bowie (e2node) (1/1/1900)

Newest Nodes

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1 Nothing untoward (opinion) (writeup) (3/28/2015)
2 Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality (thing) (writeup) (3/27/2015)
3 old keyboards and broken cell phones (thing) (writeup) (3/27/2015)
4 close (poetry) (writeup) (3/27/2015)
5 appeal to authority (thing) (writeup) (3/27/2015)
6 A handful of dirt (poetry) (writeup) (3/27/2015)
7 How to check if someone has been to the mall (idea) (writeup) (3/27/2015)
8 I Fell In Love With A Girl Who Was Already Gone. (fiction) (writeup) (3/27/2015)
9 I Fell In Love With A Girl Who Was Already Gone. (e2node) (3/27/2015)
10 March 27, 2015 (log) (writeup) (3/27/2015)
11 Ayatollah Hossein Kazemeyni Boroujerdi (person) (writeup) (3/26/2015)
12 March 27, 2015 (e2node) (3/26/2015)
13 Ayatollah Hossein Kazemeyni Boroujerdi (e2node) (3/26/2015)
14 To mean that much to you. (poetry) (writeup) (3/26/2015)
15 Nothing untoward (e2node) (3/26/2015)

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