Gymchats : What Time?

Time to do a little rescheduling.


For more than three years now we've been holding the Gymchats (previously called the Twitterchats) at the same time each week - 9pm Eastern (US). That's worked out well.

Having said that, it's probably about time I asked again. If you could choose the ideal day and time to watch them - and to ask a question or three - what time would you pick? On a weekend? Early in the morning on a Thursday? Late on a Tuesday night?

Any time at all. To offer a suggestion, just leave a comment below. Cheers.

NB : We'll post up details of this week's discussion shortly, following the above bit of rescheduling. In about 24 hours' time.


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