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    Default Would Full Frame eventually be the standard for DSLR?

    <<Click here to make your vote and check the result here>>

    It depends, if there is a comprehensive design, new lens,to make the full frame costs down, in quality and efficiency.

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    Another trick to promote your own website?

    Why don't you host a poll here?
    As complexity rises, precise statements lose meaning and meaningful statements lose precision.

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    Originally posted by roygoh
    Another trick to promote your own website?

    Why don't you host a poll here?

    Well said!

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    Hi GoldenHammer.

    We welcome you just like we welcome anyone to be part of this community but don't you think this particular act of yours "a major breach of acceptable standards of behaviour" (quoted from a good Ang Moh friend of mine)?

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    and this from a user over at dpreview on the same poll


    I think we have found the master of crossposting. Go peddle your website elsewhere
    and on top of that, GoldenHammer has ripped of polls from CS and posted them on dpreview to get traffic as well....

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    post polls here. there's no technical limitation and your forum would need to do a lot more than cross-posting/linking to generate interests.
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    Originally posted by mpenza
    post polls here. there's no technical limitation and your forum would need to do a lot more than cross-posting/linking to generate interests.
    Maybe we can start to charge him $x.xx per clickthrough to his site.

    First, URL link to images on his forum (as opposed to direct linking) and now this.... what next?

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    ... Hi all....interesting replies. OK it seems I better not to post similar message in ClubSnap...
    Last edited by GoldenHammer; 10th March 2003 at 12:47 AM.

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    Originally posted by GoldenHammer
    ... Hi all....interesting replies. OK it seems I better not to post similar message in ClubSnap...
    You don't get the point do you?

    No one here is objecting to having discussions that are already discussed in other forums.

    Your posts suggest that your real intention is to generate traffic to your own site than generating the discussion itself. That's what we have an issue with.

    This is not a matter of politics or competition. CS would happily co-exist with all other photography forums out there. You have been abusing our good will since the first day you stepped in.
    As complexity rises, precise statements lose meaning and meaningful statements lose precision.

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