Frank has written quite a collection of software for Where's George users. The latest appears to be the Top 600 list, which goes quite a bit further than the Top 150 list on the Where's George website itself, and adds averages, differences and comparisons.
A debate erupted on the Where's George forums following Doomer's suggestion that the site should generate separate Top 150 lists for commercial (i.e. Georgers who enter bills they handle at a cash business) and non-commercial users. That's not doable because there's no good way to tell one group from another. At over 78,000 bills, I've entered more bills than many commercial users and yet I'm not a commercial user. And I suspect a significant number of top users aren't commercial either. They're just very obsessive. And besides, how a Georger gets the money is really no one else's business. And besides the besides, we have a Top 600 list now, thanks to Frank, so it will take a while longer before the slots are dominated by commercial users. And besides the besides the besides, as I continue to beat the old and worn-out dead horse with an absurdly tiny wooden stick, why does the Top 150 list matter if Where's George isn't a competition?
And last of all, for vi users... the vi gang sign!