when I started my site I thought about it as a place where I would feel interesting to go and where I would like to share what I think about audio, what I do in Audio and where I am in Audio. As now the site has near 300 members, and probably two dozen of them post more or less frequently. It looks like there is that community of people who visit the site recursively more or less regularly. I do not spend efforts to promote my site, increased traffic, increased amount of numbers, or to convert my site into anything else beside what it is now.
The majority of posts at my forums are written by me, and most of them are written in a blog style, sort of diaries. Whoever is interested about the subject of my audio the explorations is free to play alone in any way he/she wish, as long it relates to the subject of giving threat/site. However, more and more frequently I see on my site posters that instead of engaging the essence of the subjects, particulate in ass kissing or Romy the Cat. In the past I made a number of private contacts asking people stop to do with it. I would like you posters to understand that the stupid complements toward to me are unpleasant to read, not only to others but I also, and the most important, to myself. My psychotic ego does not need your nether stimulations nor reassurances…
I would like to ask very polite but very determinedly that if anybody willing to post anything at my site then, please, engage strictly in the subject of the site or stay away from posting around here. Please no worshiping complements, no suck up and no expressing of self-deprecation. If you wish to belittle yourself then I can help you with that….
Anyhow, all jokes aside. Please do not make my site as a place that I would be embarrassed to read. If you do value my site and appreciate the amount of efforts that I put-on then upload the only context which would worth the moto of my site: “advanced audio and evolved music reproduction techniques”
Romy the caT
"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche