1193Re: [podcasters] Podcast late comment
- Jan 8, 2005
> Dennis A. Amith wrote:it's an unfortunate fact of life that when people become 'stars' in
> > Anyway, not sure if I made sense....very late travel back home, tired but
> > wanted to type this on the ML before I catch some z's.
people's eyes and expect something of them, it becomes a convenience,
a commodity, and isn't appreciated much anymore. furthermore, when
people feel close to the individual, they feel they have a certain
amount of rights - this is unfortunately nonsense. adam asks to be
sent email to promote shows, or to ... he may do his best to make you
feel like he's talking to you, but he has to think about everyone and
he is doing his best. it's a shame, too bad. start treating people
with a level of common courtesy and you'll be amazed how much easier
it is than hate mail.
that said, i really hope people are not beginning to deify him -
although i am certain this is happening with certain individuals. all
this crap happens all the time, in all sorts of communities (obviously
adam, but also the guys who run community sites [such as Shannon
Larratt from iam.bmezine.com] are privy to this).
as for madge, she seems alright. i don't subscribe, but i might later,
she's pretty clever. where does she come from? is she in fact a man?
she sounds totally like a dude. i know i'm not alone in thinking this.
anyway, i was just thinking tonight that i certainly hope the
community of podcasters starts depending less on Adam in order to
provide his Midas touch in order to gain popularity. going and
hustling in other ways is likely going to end up being more efficient.
podcast at inoveryourhead.net
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