The problem with Flickr
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06-09-09, 12:30 AM
Join Date: Jul 2009
Location: In my house
I disagree to a certain extent, I find useful information. It's also seasonal, post seem to wain in the summer months in general. I don't think making blanket assumptions here is productive or positive for this site either. If you or anyone wants something better then why not let it be? Why carry over a basher mentality and create an atmosphere for a site based on discontent? In a way your comments above suggest this or another place may be better and seem elitist. I really can't decide if your question is a question or just a commentary based on your personal disgust with certain Flickr people types....Therefore it's not really about Flickr and it's about your perception of specific people...that's the point, "people" you single out. They aren't bound to be anything except what they are whether they belong to Flickr or any other group....it was very shallow commentary and sort of an arrogant statement I find rather immature and child like. (that's about your choice of words, not you). If that's how you choose to be perceived then guess what, it's very likely.
Attention deprived are we? I say take that attitude some place else it distracts from what secure people already know....
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