Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2002/01/23

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Subject: Re: [Leica] Success crisis
From: Mark Rabiner <>
Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2002 17:11:46 -0800
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"J. Gilbert Plantinga" wrote:
> on 1/23/02 2:08 PM, George Lottermoser at wrote:
> > Please consider that taking on the PAW challenge takes a good
> > deal of discipline. To actually add the additional difficulty of
> > posting on a specific day sounds very difficult indeed.
> Tough. I posted all 52 of my PAW 2001 photos on Mondays. It was part of the
> discipline. With the exception of a few very valuable comments by Ted and BD
> most of the critique came to me by private email. I put a mailto: link on
> every page.
> As it stands right now I look at every PAW image posted. But I'm starting to
> delete ALL of the critique. Most of it seems to consist of you shoulda'
> woulda' coulda' crop this, etc. I especially resent those who systematically
> critique EVERY photo and also those who fail to leave the original link in
> the message.
> Gilbert
> To paraphrase Kyle, "Keep hitting that delete key, it'll come unstuck."
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A big ME TOO on this idea of Gilbert's for me!! (I'm not snipping his
post at all this time because i feel it needs to be intact somehow)

You see all this feed back but you cant plug into it yourself finally
because no one left the URL on.

big rule: Not criticisms with out representation. URL's' must stay so we
can easily check to see what the heck is being talked about.

I just today could NOT FIND BD's pic.

I thought my "No Me too's" idea was smart but this idea is smarter!

Gilbert wins first prize!

Mark Rabiner
Portland, Oregon USA
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