Another nail in the coffin of digital...

Discussion in 'Australia Photography' started by Noons, Jan 3, 2009.

  1. Noons

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    Noons, Jan 3, 2009
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  2. Noons

    D-Mac Guest

    "Noons" <> wrote in message
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    > http://jpgmag.com/blog/2009/01/jpg_magazine_says_goodbye.html
    >
    > Never had much of a following in Australia,
    > but I don't like to see any magazine disappear:
    > it's just another step to idiocracy...


    Am I right in the feeling that there are too many people trying to sell too
    many digital cameras to too few buyers?

    D-Mac.info
     
    D-Mac, Jan 3, 2009
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  3. Noons

    Noons Guest

    D-Mac wrote,on my timestamp of 4/01/2009 9:00 AM:
    > "Noons" <> wrote in message
    > news:495f5fc7$0$22088$...
    >> http://jpgmag.com/blog/2009/01/jpg_magazine_says_goodbye.html
    >>
    >> Never had much of a following in Australia,
    >> but I don't like to see any magazine disappear:
    >> it's just another step to idiocracy...

    >
    > Am I right in the feeling that there are too many people trying to sell too
    > many digital cameras to too few buyers?


    Narh, just spot-on...
     
    Noons, Jan 3, 2009
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  4. Noons

    Noons Guest

    Larry Thong wrote,on my timestamp of 4/01/2009 10:24 AM:

    >
    > Why pay for the same old stale information you can get for free on the
    > internet? They doomed themselves by not being creative and refreshing.
    >


    Actually, that was a very creative and refreshing magazine.
    And no, people don't read "the internet" on buses,
    trains or lunch breaks. In fact, I doubt many
    actually READ anything online, mostly they just
    "gloss over". It's called idiocracy.
     
    Noons, Jan 3, 2009
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  5. Noons

    D-Mac Guest

    "Noons" <> wrote in message
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    > Larry Thong wrote,on my timestamp of 4/01/2009 10:24 AM:
    >
    >>
    >> Why pay for the same old stale information you can get for free on the
    >> internet? They doomed themselves by not being creative and refreshing.
    >>

    >
    > Actually, that was a very creative and refreshing magazine.
    > And no, people don't read "the internet" on buses,
    > trains or lunch breaks. In fact, I doubt many
    > actually READ anything online, mostly they just
    > "gloss over". It's called idiocracy.


    I don't think thre are any busses and trains not being lived in where Larry
    lives!
     
    D-Mac, Jan 4, 2009
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  6. Noons

    Noons Guest

    D-Mac wrote,on my timestamp of 4/01/2009 3:09 PM:
    > "Noons" <> wrote in message
    > news:gjosj2$l9s$...
    >> Larry Thong wrote,on my timestamp of 4/01/2009 10:24 AM:
    >>
    >>> Why pay for the same old stale information you can get for free on the
    >>> internet? They doomed themselves by not being creative and refreshing.
    >>>

    >> Actually, that was a very creative and refreshing magazine.
    >> And no, people don't read "the internet" on buses,
    >> trains or lunch breaks. In fact, I doubt many
    >> actually READ anything online, mostly they just
    >> "gloss over". It's called idiocracy.

    >
    > I don't think thre are any busses and trains not being lived in where Larry
    > lives!


    Narh, you got him confused with Bret:
    he just posted a photo of his new home,
    the fire truck.
    <g,d&r>
     
    Noons, Jan 4, 2009
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  7. Noons

    Noons Guest

    Larry Thong wrote,on my timestamp of 5/01/2009 9:22 AM:
    > Noons wrote:
    >
    >>> I don't think thre are any busses and trains not being lived in
    >>> where Larry lives!

    >>
    >> Narh, you got him confused with Bret:
    >> he just posted a photo of his new home,
    >> the fire truck.
    >> <g,d&r>

    >
    > Pretty nice looking fire truck. I bet sleeping accommodations are
    > spacious.
    >


    Yeah. But the humidity is a deal killer...
     
    Noons, Jan 4, 2009
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