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This may be totally inappropriate for here, so feel free to remove it if it is. I have been on information overload with all the great ideas that spring forth from this group and wishing fervently for a solution for finding the information once it disappears in the nether world of "older posts." I finally came up with a solution for me, at least till a better one comes along. I added "awesome screenshot" to my chrome browser and I capture the threads (or areas thereof) that hold the data. I then point to the comments of interest and save to my documents folder for later review. Just thought this, or something similar might work for some of you.
This question may be misplaced, but here goes. There is such great information coming across here at breakneck speed that I'm getting overwhelmed by the things I want to investigate further and hopefully implement. For example, right now Mindy Robbins started the conversation about WP site designer/developers. I want to freeze this stuff in time, but in the blink of an eye, it disappears, replaced by something equally mind stretching. Will all of these kinds of things be available on Frugyl so they don't get lost in space? I haven't been this excited about the future of my business in years.
I want to get the HDHat lens for the iPhone but I also want to use Swivl when it comes out. It looks as if I might not be able to do both because of the additional size and weight of the lens set-up. Also can't for the life of me figure out how to get the Otter case (put on at the store when I bought my iPhone) off. Any suggestions out there?
My experience with these kinds of sellers is, they develop selective amnesia, forgetting all conversation about reducing the price after the market proves them wrong. These listings drain me of my energy and creativity and, in the end, just aren't worth it.
I totally agree, Geri... I don't even spend much time trying to convince them. I just politely pack up my things, wish them luck and head for the door. When I first started in this business I would second guess myself but not anymore. By the time I get in my car, I've erased them from my mind and am grateful I didn't waste anymore of my time with them.