Saturday, March 29, 2008

Magic Adventures of Mumfie (208 = 206 = 79 =81)

Below is a screen-capture of the first dozen edits to the Magic Adventures of Mumfie (a children's show created by creator of Thomas the Tank Engine). In it we see the same pattern that we have seen elsewhere with Roger's IPs -- especially well illustrated with the Thomas the Tank Engine articles (see here, here, here, and here) -- that they can shift around.
Here we see some of the old equivalencies. On 27 December the article was created by someone using x.x.x.208; they immediately return to edit it, but with x.x.x.206.  A few days later, he returns to add material, and is again x.x.x.208.  Over the coming months, the article continues to grow.  After a few edits in March and May from a different range (although these also used to be Rogers), returns with x.x.x.81 and x.x.x.79 in late 2004 and early 2005, presumably the same editor as before.