Clomid Over The Counter

Culture
07/09
ADD A COMMENT
7 Comments
Share This Page:  Tweet this  //  Stumble It!  //  Del.icio.us  //  Float It!  //  Digg It!  //  Reddit

7 Responses to “Clomid Over The Counter”

  1. Brian G

    Is it irony that I got to this page from a link from a Web 2.0 Social Media News site (DesignFloat)?

  2. rhetor

    While Web 2.0 is certainly not pure democracy, it is anything but an anarchy. In fact you could make the case that dictators have never lost their supreme voices, but now the crowd over which they lord now has microphones, recording all sorts of chatter, some of which is nothing more, as you say, than group think and sound-offs. You probably shouldn’t equate dictatorship with “creative vision” (unless you happen to a fascist). Creative vision and focus are of course increasingly important with the explosion of content. Editors and publishers have always had to shape content, and seldom have they or do they work in isolation. They must hold communal values or they would not be able to collaborate with one another or appeal to their markets, regardless of the management styles they prefer.

  3. Zinni

    Dictator brings the context of negativity, however I am not using it in that way. I am just saying that shaping these communities must be a necessity and there is a benefit to be had from maintaining control.

    I am not saying to sensor content, just that in the long run we may see the traditional content is more sustainable. If not closely controlled user submitted content can easily become endless spam. Someone at some level must monitor these things…

  4. WebGyver

    You know, it’s amazing how you’ve been able to put into writing what I’ve been feeling for some time now. All the hoopla about “Facebook strategies” and social network this and that is — in my very biased opinion — nearly pointless without some effort to reign in the random and frequently uninsightful commentary and contributions of the masses.

    Go ahead and give me a dope-slap, but in my experience, the type of “dictatorship” you’re alluding to seems quite reasonable and, I dare say, even desirable.

    Now if we could only find a better word to replace “dictator” and make it sound more palatable. How about Czar?

    Keep up the good work!

    WebGyver’s latest post: Free T-shirt for Computer Geeks

  5. Adam

    Except for of course wikipedia =D

  6. cobblipt

    Thanks !

Trackbacks

  1. Why the Web Will Always Belong to Dictators | Fuel Your Creativity

RECENT ARTICLES //

RECENT COMMENTS

  • Koocha: Thanks for that. Also, feel free to browse my new site http://koocha.com with lots of design stuff collected from Internet
  • Paul Gordon: Aaah, I love KickStarter projects. I’m hoping they come over to the UK very soon. Nick, the very best of luck with...
  • Firma Rehberi: thanks for this.
  • James Kemp: In the end, everything thing is designed. Plain things are still designed, but with usability in mind. The two bounce off...
  • Joshua: Being more of a graphic designer than a web designer, I think I can agree with the concept here. I do a lot of web layout mockups...
  • estudio web: Muy buen blog de diseño! great blog! thanks from Argentina.
  • theComplex: @Lisa – I have the same issue. And sometimes I get so caught up in how irritated I am at that client that the...
  • Daus: I don’t think there is “rules” in webdesign. It is just trend, and people (read: designer) often...
  • Web Design Australia: Forcing yourself to work on something when you’re stressed won’t give you the results that you want....
  • Benny: Great post and good tips! I also have this problem from time to time, having trouble finding that perfect ‘inspiratio...
  • Luci: Conventions and standards, in my mind, are different kettles of fish. Standards, like coding standards, I think exist for good...
  • Tom Hermans: Although I want a website to be visually appealing, and to stand out etc.. I also want it to be a handy instrument that is...
  • Vim: This list is always a good tip however its something that most designers already know, finding inspiration can be hard, but to get...
  • LA Woodarts Designer: An excellent reminder to step back sometimes. It’s amazing how often the business part blocks the creative....
  • Ben Rama: shouldnt it be as simple as if it works it works in an ideal world great post – thanks
View the Comment Line

RECENT INTERNSHIP LISTINGS

  • Temporarily Unavailable
Visit Creative Internships

TWITTER

  • On a side note: we practically walked from 14th to 91st street today, my feet kill. 2010-11-07
  • #bnconf was totally worth it, can't wait for next year! And being in NYC doesn't hurt either. 2010-11-06
  • And I'm awake, it's going to be a slow start this morning on NYC #bnconf 2010-11-05
  • Koko cocktails is an awesome legit sanfran bar 2010-10-27
  • Waiting in a line outside mama's in SF hope it's good... 2010-10-26
  • More updates...
Zinni on Twitter