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Designer woes. Our original contacts fell through entirely, and the hunt for suitable replacements has not been successful. We really don't want to launch without appropriate design for an art-centric website, so we're still essentially in the same place we were in November.
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Would be nice if there were "linked" accounts, so 1 username/password for all 3 websites. I actually do want to get into cars at some point in addition to computers, so a linked account with trader rep/normal rep would be nice.
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Would be nice if there were "linked" accounts, so 1 username/password for all 3 websites. I actually do want to get into cars at some point in addition to computers, so a linked account with trader rep/normal rep would be nice.
The problem is that people who have knowledge in one field might not have as much in another, so linking REP would give some readers the false impression that a poster was more knowledgeable and informative than they actually are.
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The problem is that people who have knowledge in one field might not have as much in another, so linking REP would give some readers the false impression that a poster was more knowledgeable and informative than they actually are.
No different than someone who knows lots about hardware and nothing about software is it?
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The problem is that people who have knowledge in one field might not have as much in another, so linking REP would give some readers the false impression that a poster was more knowledgeable and informative than they actually are.
What about the fact that most of my rep is in photography?
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most of mine are from online deals section
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Designer woes. Our original contacts fell through entirely, and the hunt for suitable replacements has not been successful. We really don't want to launch without appropriate design for an art-centric website, so we're still essentially in the same place we were in November.
I understand that bit. It's like if a logo designer's business card was done in Comic Sans.
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What about the fact that most of my rep is in photography?
So is a lot of mine. Hence the problem.
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I'm 100% interested in this still.
    
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If I had a graphic designer interested in making this site, how would I have him contact you?
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