Exactly. The natural progression of things has been
toward consolidation. A forum would have to offer something
really unique or specialized to get any kind of traffic.
There are so many forums around now that get 20 posts
per year that it's not funny.
Still, I hope that my forum will be attractive and will have useful
information and good reciepes.
Me too. Good luck with it.
Reg email: RegForte (at) (that free MS email service) (dot) com
- Re: barbeque
... toward consolidation. ... A forum would have to offer something really unique or specialized to get any kind of traffic. ... a thin client based threaded discussion group. ... one of those klunky, html based UI's. ...
- Re: barbeque
... The natural progression of things has been ... > toward consolidation. ... I hope that my forum will be attractive and will have useful ... Prev by Date: ...
- Re: Cadillac 501 engine
... Any thread in a public forum concerns anyone in that forum. ... The only net cop attitude came from the jackass telling a regular poster he was in the wrong group, which by the was was zero useful information, as was your recent useless and incorrect post. ... Defending the OP is none of my business, but the jackass telling him he's OT while not providing any useful info either is his business. ... After he gets called down and jumps into defensive mode he offers a general emmissions related answer. ...
- Re: Why are you replying to 3-year old threads?
... Replying to a dead thread is a time waster on Usenet. ... to a model specific forum, that's different, maybe somebody has an old ... owned that exact model in the same exact color, ... Although you do provide some useful information at times, ...
- Re: Forum Deficiencies in rec.aviation.soaring
... graphics, or other useful information. ... Usenet groups will either evolve into a more useful format ... or some other forum will take over. ... Bill Elliott and Rand Baldwin ...