173,599

  rdave13 19:08 03 Sep 05
Locked

Will the 173,600th reg.user win a prize? or will PCA wait for the 250,000th customer? ;))

  Forum Editor 19:13 03 Sep 05

Let me think................

Neither.

  rdave13 19:21 03 Sep 05

we're on number 173,600 as we speak.

People know a good thing when they see it.

  Forum Editor 19:34 03 Sep 05

when we reached 15,000 registrations. Who else remembers those far-off days, when you used to login each cosy winter's evening and see the same familiar names in the threads? What discussions we had - I particularly remember one about female computer users, and why there were so few women in the forum. Then there was the inevitable talk of music downloading and software copyright theft - we're still having those debates.

  VoG II 22:50 03 Sep 05

... and some of those members are still here today, although they may lurk rather than post. I can't remember how many there were when I registered (autumn 2001 I think).

Of course, there are those addicts who simply cannot stay away, several years on (name withheld).

  Forum Editor 00:24 04 Sep 05

In this persona you registered in June 2003. Your previous registration is no longer retained.

  rdave13 00:30 04 Sep 05

Reffering to the sites' response.

Just had errors galore when I had an email response to my thread.

Hope this helps.

  AndySD 10:46 04 Sep 05

I cant remember when I registered either I just remember having to change as the forum at the time let another member register with Andy some time later. And yes I remember the 15,000.

  bremner 11:14 04 Sep 05

Is the first member still a regular visitor?

  Forum Editor 11:46 04 Sep 05

I can't tell you that. Lots of people registered at the beginning, and many of them have since changed their forum persona - so their original registration date is no longer on record.

  spuds 12:55 04 Sep 05

"Cosy winter's evening" and early mornings.Now if all 173,637 [as of now] were to sign a petition for Bring Back The Lounge ;o))

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