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GUEST,John Robinson YouTube Folkmusic Video PermaThread (377* d) RE: YouTube Folkmusic Video PermaThread 09 Feb 07


Murray, as I understood it you wanted folks to post not only the link but also a brief description of the content and some suggestions as to appropriate classifications. I noted that many posts were simply links, with no background information to help. I suspected that this was causing you more work. I also noticed that there was a lot of discussion of the links, which I initially thought was not what you wanted to see here in this thread. I now note that since you are involved in some of those discussions I probably misunderstood.

In summary I thought folks might be creating more work for you by ont following the guidelines that you appeared to lay out clearly in your initial post.

That is all.

Once again I find myself astounded at a reaction to a simple post here on mudcat. Having come across this kind of reaction before I had cut back on posting here and stopped using a permathread I had been given for "promotional purposes". I was uncertain about returning here to post anything linked to my business activities. It looks like my reservations were based on firm foundations and that I clearly made an error coming back here. I will make it clear right here and now that I will never make this mistake again.

Please feel free to delete my post.


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