I got results today on a project that I have been working on off and on for a while involving the blogging activity of Orly Taitz.
Since I started this site around the beginning of December, 2008, I have posted quite a few articles, 2,432 to be exact. Compare that to Orly Taitz who in the slightly-shorter period between April 18, 2009 and today published 12,314.
Of course there is no comparison between these two figures because I write thoughtful articles for publication, while Taitz articles are often just titles with no text, dumps of comments and emails, and copies of legal documents—either hers, or from someone else. Still there are a lot of them, and each one of them represents some action taken to publish it.
I have on occasion observed Orly Taitz posting articles at odd hours. Unfortunately, unlike this site, one cannot tell the time that an Orly Taitz article was published unless you happen to be there at the time, only the date is shown. What I wondered was whether there was any pattern to Orly’s blogging, perhaps a swing between active and inactive periods. Answering this question is my overall project.
The largest number of articles that Taitz published on a single day was 42, on November 30, 2009, followed closely by 38 posts on the day before. Here is the full chart (click to enlarge):
Now that I have the data (number of posts and date) I’m wondering what to do with it. One immediate observation is that she posts something just about every day, and that’s good for growing readership.
Note: this information was obtained solely by retrieving published pages from Orly’s site and is not the result of any “hacking” or other nefarious activity. The security and integrity of Orly’s site was not in any way compromised through the gathering of this information.