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Seriously, EIGHT mainfeed posts in one day? Do we need to have another SNR discussion? Posted on Monday, November 13, 2006 8:48 PM General Interest | Back to top

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Hey bizitch, did you even look at what the posts are about? They were simply "stored up" from my Windows Live Writer on my work computer. I'm starting to get the feeling that you equate quality = quantity. The posts weren't simply "link a", "link b", "link c."

Dude. I'm sorry, but I feel that those posts were more Signal than others have ever posted on GWB. So, I simply disagree. Those posts were all signal, no noise.

So, shove off :P.

Okay, now that I know you well enough to say that, I can say I simply disagree with you :). Number of posts per day has no bearing on the SNR discussion unless the person posts 8 posts per day, every day of the week.

If some person posts 12 posts in one day, and they haven't posted in like a month, and all posts are valuable, that is perfectly valid.

Let's say I go on a long business trip (two weeks or so), but I'm without internet. Is it wrong to write up seven or more posts during the course of my trip and then sync them up to the site when I finally have internet access?

Methinks you need to get out of your game shop :P.
Left by Jason Olson on Nov 13, 2006 10:40 PM

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Oh boy! Now THAT was fun.


In all seriousness and honesty, I have posts to GWB set to automatically crosspost from one of my other blogs. Because of this, I didn't even think about the impact to the main feed. So, my bad.

However, I still feel like I have a point from the first comment :P. Of course, if we simply have to agree to disagree, then so be it :).
Left by Jason Olson on Nov 13, 2006 11:07 PM

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