Fade2White12 wrote:Let me ask, were you a child of the '60s, or at least were your parents? To me, it seems that if the Cafe were a real cafe, you'd be on the corner demonstrating. I get a sense of a "fight the establishment" persona - from this thread and also your signature.
lol he is a rebel without a cause
27 years old, liberal mom, conservative dad, 5'10", 185, degree in business with an entrepreneurship option. Rebel without a cause? Yeah, probably. But mostly, as an employee of an internet start-up that builds web applications, I know how important it is to provide quality products that are intuitive and useful, and I also know how simple it would be for Yahoo to fix the Flash StatTracker ("making it bigger" is, you know, not hard). What irritates me is that I get a sense that Yahoo is doing nothing because of what they perceive as inelastic demand: people will continue paying for their product because they're used to doing it and because there isn't anything better (yet
And one last thing for the nay-sayers (
): would it bother you if Yahoo make the Flash StatTracker easier to use? Would that be a bad thing for you in any way? Then why not push them a little bit? Or at least stay out of the conversation if it's all the same to you.
With that, I'll pipe down, go talk about actual baseball on some other threads, and whatever happens with Yahoo happens.