Saturday, May 24, 2008

OK. You selfish lot need to listen.

It seems that users on the web have become selfish. You go to web sites read what you want and only what you want and then leave. Read here. How selfish is that?

Personally when I go to web sites I read what I want and then, just not to be selfish, I then spend just as much time reading all the rubbish in people personal profiles and the 2000 links they all have to other sites no matter how boring they are. I'm clearly not one of these selfish browsers you see.

What a load of rubbish. Is there any other way of doing it? I want to read an article so I go and read it but the rest of it looks boring so I don't bother. The author then feels put out that he has spent time writing drivel and nobody reads it so we are classed as selfish. It's now our fault. How very modern. I have this vision of it being made a law that we must read at least two rubbish posts if we read one good one. Personally, I write about what I want to and yet my visitors seem to find the stuff I feel particularly proud of to be the least interesting. It's a fact of life. Live with it and get a life.

Bunch of whiners.


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