|Greg, an apology I hope you will accept....||ashleyrenfroe|
Aug 31, 2001 8:54 AM
|I was pretty darn mean about the changes you made to the site. But I was re-thinking some of my comments and I would like to withdraw them. I hope you didn't feel as though I was trying to make a personal attack on you, I just felt that some of the changes were unneccesary. I have since changed my opinion. My apologies I hope will gain acceptance on your part.|
|Ashley, apology accepted, although not necessary really...||gregg|
Aug 31, 2001 9:14 AM
|In all honesty, I didn't see your original post (unless you posted as something other than ashleyrenfroe). But really, we expected a certain amount of backlash, and basically we got it! I can't wait until the MTBR crowd has to make the switch.
People tend to resist change (self included), and I think this is just part of human nature, really.
Thank you for the apology.
|Ah, man, now I have to apologize, too...||cory|
Aug 31, 2001 9:19 AM
|The idea of change for the sake of change wore me down, I guess. I'm getting used to the new look...I'm still not sure it's BETTER, but I take back what I said about it being WORSE.
I do like the new MB site better than the old one, though.
|A review site full of critics, who would have thunk it ;-)||js5280|
Aug 31, 2001 10:20 AM
|Thumbs up to Gregg for tackling issues head on and making things happen fast. Technology is bitch; users always complaining about what they have and don't have, the continuous version treadmill for both network and software, multiple platforms, 365/24/7 access, global issues, internal productivity demands and budgets. . .no wonder we techies get paid the big bucks.
Just 20 lbs of Al, Steel, or Ti and some Lyca and all those worries go away. Just you, the bike, and the unknown road in front of you. Hope you can blow your next performance bonus on something that makes you happy Gregg. Thanks for doing a great job and being so responsive!