Does your TED-attention follow a Gaussian curve?
A gaussian curve follows a bell-shape: from low beginnings, the curve peaks, and then declines.
I noticed that a wave of people who came to TED-conversations at the same time as myself, are no longer very active here. My own participation in the conversation board has diminished. As has the number of lectures I watch.
From a gradual increase in attention for TED, I (and apparently they) peaked, and then went down.
Are you in the same case? And what could be some causes of this? Or is your story not that straightforward?
Perhaps the fluid nature of the gigantic amount of information on the internet encourages a rapid cycling of websites. You stay a while, then abandon, and move on to something "new".