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2009-05-06 11:49 pm (UTC)
So, it would be fine to criticize LJ about it if they didn't mention Dreamwidth? Because otherwise they come off as DW partisans or something?
Honestly? Yes. The Dreamwidth/fandom migration issue is such a hot topic right now that someone who reads this complaint could read it as another attempt to pimp out Dreamwidth, when they're already tired of all the other posts explaining why they should move to Dreamwidth or what they perceive to be methods to strong-arm them into joining Dreamwidth (i.e., linking them to locked posts over here). That besides, I personally don't see this as an issue with LiveJournal so much as I see it with an ad service that's been gamed by NOM, who's really the culprit here: not a website that didn't even know the ad was up in the first place.
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