It's late arvo here in Australia, and I have been awake since 6am and online working for most of the day. Just wondering how many hubbers are here at this time.
hi,, i am in the uk and have just woke up!
Me too, v. early, frost on the lawn, first coffee, check stats - oh dear.
Just got up - France 8am. Should be a be-ew-te-fool day. Check stats - good grief! Didn't know they could go that low.
7am here in the uk. Gorgeously sunny but bitterly cold.
Coffee is on the go and I really should get up as I'm running a class today.
Addicts... since joining I more or less am connected all day, every day. I check my comments, feedback, traffic about every 30 minutes.
If I had spend 1% of that time doing keyword research, back linking or perhaps even writing something useful - I would be a millionaire by now.
I'm here. It's 3 pm here in Philippines and it's a cold, rainy day here.
Its 12.40 PM here in India - already @#^*&* hot outside (38-40 degrees C, I reckon), and its only 19th March. This is going to be another extremely hot summer.
Its Holi today (and tomorrow), though no colors for me this time. Trying to write something for the last two hours, but keep wandering - mostly to the forums.
Lol its 3:23 AM here...Time zones make things strange.
12 hour difference from USA - Australia? I live on eastern time zone of US.
13 to 16 hour time difference of USA to Australia moving from the east coast to the west. For example,
New York = 13 hours behind Melbourne
Los Angeles = 16 hours behind Melbourne
Australia loses daylight saving in a few weeks so the time zone will move to 14 - 17 hours difference
Just finished watching the Clipsal V8 Supercars.
Vodaphone 2nd and 3rd.
Great Saturday afternoon and it all happens again tomorrow.
Just got up here in the UK.....It's usually pretty quiet around HubPages at this time of day
late afternoon here in China - struggling to learn more webmaking stuff with systems half in Chinese making life difficult to psychotic
6:45pm rocking about and soon to decide on dinner for tonight in bewdiful Melbourne.
Nice to see so many hubber friends here. I thought I was alone on the forums.
I quite like this time of the day on Hubpages - most of the loonies and political shils are in bed, just the common or garden type loonies like us here at this time
To keep track of things on my affiliate site I have installed four clocks so that visitors can see what time it is for everyone else.
We are not alone! The Supermoon is watching over us!
I just looked outside at the supermoon, along with a couple of dozen kids here for my granddaughter's birthday party. It looks amazing! The kids went crazy!
That's what the Supermoon does to you!
I was howling earlier!
I had to go take another look. The sky is clear now and it looks spectacular. I may indulge in a bit of howling myself!
9 in the morning here in China, just got up and stoking up with coffee and then noodles - ready to take on child themes and wrestle them to submission !
9:50pm here in Ohio-USA...
Quiet Sat night.
The moon was amazing last night!
The day before the sunset was a brilliant Red!! head just about spun 360 degrees off my shoulders!!
Did you get pictures ? here we are on the edge of hte spring rainy season and overcast or piddling down !
No and the annoying thing is I usually do have the digital in the car.
Was just running out to get a few groceries. I had never seen the sun that red!! was even more amazing than the moon the next night.
I only have seen suns like that in movies lol.
Thinkin on it ,dodnt think my budget digi wouldnt captured it too well. It sure was dazzling and fiery.
I'm normally asleep in the afternoon - well, when it's afternoon for you, which I guess it is now. There's about a 12 hour difference between Germany and Australia.
It's gone 3 in the morning - I have to go to bed!
by Imogen French 8 years ago
What time of day do you use hubpages most?I only get to check out hp in the evenings (UK time), after dinner usually, and just wondered what time of day most people are here.(I realise that as this is an international community regional time variations will apply)
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What is the Difference Between "At Afternoon" and "In the Afternoon"?English is not my primary language, so I find it very hard to understand. I am writing a blog post about the activity that I did today at (in the?) afternoon. I am not sure what should I use in the sentence? Do...
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