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Mick Lowe Creating Inspiring Threads vs Inertia (45) RE: Creating Inspiring Threads vs Inertia 19 Nov 00

I must admit that after the initial buzz on first discovering the mudcat 2/3 years ago, when I tried to contribute something to almost any thread going, I now tend to skip quickly over any with messages in double figures as I reckon questions have been answered or I've nothing worthwhile to add.

Perhaps I am also getting cynical in my old age or just internet weary, but I can not help feeling that as of late some threads seem to be posted just for the sake of it. Then again this may just be a reflection of my own personal circumstances making me take a jaundiced view on life as a whole (and that has nothing to do with the election farce on your side of the pond).

One thing I do know for certain though, is that the mudcat is one of the best places on this www thing and I like to believe the current trend in postings as I percieve it, is cyclical and we will be inspired anew.


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