Hey. No sweet feature updates today, but I do have this cool graph to make up for it:
It shows age (years) and the frequency they occur among Quizlet members. There are a few interesting notes: It's hottest among 15-17-year-olds (the high school crowd). It hasn't gained much popularity among colleges, but then it picks up again with people in their mid-late twenties. I suspect this is because a lot of the Web 2.0 early-adopter types are checking out Quizlet, as they do with many new apps that come onto the scene. Lastly, there are still a good deal of people in the 40-60 range. I suspect these are more Web 2.0 people but also teachers and people in the education sector.
That's my basic analysis. It will be very interesting to see how this data changes over time, so I'll be sure to post again with updated graphs. Speaking of graphs, these absolutely drop-dead gorgeous graphs are courtesy of Swivel. It's a new site that graphs data you enter in a very slick way. Some of the interface is overcomplicated, but overall it's a very fine place to graph data.
And lastly, I've got some super-slick features coming in the next couple days - Auto-save, sticky accents, and private messages. Later!