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post #511 of 559
Responses to my idea of resurrecting this thread without Vox show how out of sync my pov is from the current dominant members of mc. As such it is time to introspect. ..
post #512 of 559
^ A bit of a drama queen. If you'd like to see this again, start it up. No one really seems to care that much.
post #513 of 559
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
Responses to my idea of resurrecting this thread without Vox show how out of sync my pov is from the current dominant members of mc. As such it is time to introspect. ..

I just think Bill needs to be involved if this particular digest is to be continued. If you would like to come up with something that is uniquely your own, I fully support that.

Mike
post #514 of 559
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Originally Posted by Fred49 View Post
Why dont one of you just start your own WAYWRN Subjective etc and let Vox have his hiatus instead of trying to bring him back to something he has let go of. One of you could become the new Vox so to speak? Just saying.........

This.... kind of.

The Vox digest was awesome, and when I was starting out, I wanted to be included.

WAYWRN is the driving force of MC, IMO. Without something that summarizes, or brings a little more attention to the thread, it just gets kind of stagnant. There are over 4 million pageviews on that thread. Its an important thing to StyleForum and brings a lot of traffic here, from many, many different people, places, even retail environments and publications.

Part of the reason why I started the challenges was to give a goal, or direct attention to a specific thing. Of course I would love this particular digest to come back (by the originator), but if someone else takes the reigns and starts one, kudos to him. However, part of the reason why the Vox digest was so great IMO is because he has great taste, and an inclusion in that digest meant you met a standard. If a new poster were to create a weekly "best of", I dont know if it would have the same impact unless that person had proven himself to have great style himself. Without that, I dont think it would really resonate the same. For me, anyhow.
post #515 of 559
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ this pretty much nails it, in a much more diplomatic manner than I was able to muster this a.m.

Mike
post #516 of 559
You have made my point Spoo. Your challange is becoming the Vox subjective etc....
post #517 of 559
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Originally Posted by Fred49 View Post
You have made my point Spoo. Your challange is becoming the Vox subjective etc....

Thanks Fred. BTW, I miss seeing your chair.
post #518 of 559
Hahah thanks the chair will make a return.
post #519 of 559
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
This.... kind of.

The Vox digest was awesome, and when I was starting out, I wanted to be included.

WAYWRN is the driving force of MC, IMO. Without something that summarizes, or brings a little more attention to the thread, it just gets kind of stagnant. There are over 4 million pageviews on that thread. Its an important thing to StyleForum and brings a lot of traffic here, from many, many different people, places, even retail environments and publications.

Part of the reason why I started the challenges was to give a goal, or direct attention to a specific thing. Of course I would love this particular digest to come back (by the originator), but if someone else takes the reigns and starts one, kudos to him. However, part of the reason why the Vox digest was so great IMO is because he has great taste, and an inclusion in that digest meant you met a standard. If a new poster were to create a weekly "best of", I dont know if it would have the same impact unless that person had proven himself to have great style himself. Without that, I dont think it would really resonate the same. For me, anyhow.


Very Well Stated. I completely agree. Have a nice weekend.

-LR
post #520 of 559
Wow, the interwebs some pretty serious shit huh?
post #521 of 559
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
If a new poster were to create a weekly "best of", I dont know if it would have the same impact unless that person had proven himself to have great style himself. Without that, I dont think it would really resonate the same. For me, anyhow.

Does this mean you want me to start one? All you have to do is ask....

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Originally Posted by TRINI View Post
Does this mean you want me to start one? All you have to do is ask....


post #523 of 559
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Originally Posted by aj_del View Post
Responses to my idea of resurrecting this thread without Vox show how out of sync my pov is from the current dominant members of mc. As such it is time to introspect. ..

The title of this thread precludes such an idea.
post #524 of 559
Will this chump keep doing this thread?
post #525 of 559
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Originally Posted by SpooPoker View Post
The Vox digest was awesome, and when I was starting out, I wanted to be included... However, part of the reason why the Vox digest was so great IMO is because he has great taste, and an inclusion in that digest meant you met a standard. If a new poster were to create a weekly "best of", I dont know if it would have the same impact unless that person had proven himself to have great style himself. Without that, I dont think it would really resonate the same. For me, anyhow.

So, when are you starting the Spoo Weekly Digest?
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