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November 12th, 2007 at 10:17 am
Sandy> Now it is no longer the equation of $1.
Are you sent by the Nuffnang team? I hope you are.
The inevitability of doom is apparently to bloggers now as a consequence of the imperfection inherent in the design of Nuffnang model. The architect designed the system; the one without sustainability is doomed because promises cannot be delivered, which community wonders how to the architect can still be perfection.
Many solutions offered whereby prominent bloggers accepted their imperfection, as long as they deem not functioned, and accept it as fundamentally flawed. The architect builds an illusion of hope, while it works 99% of the time but only anomaly. The one percent of the time existed to those who still seek to benefit from the system, even when disregard the 99% of time but not possible because 99% are devoted to celebrities who are partners, thus DOOM( as in essence of the One percent).
I can see the chain reaction – the chemical precursors that signal the onset of an emotion, designed specifically to overwhelm logic and reason. Hope it is the quintessential human delusion… the source of our greatest strength: which bring us at least to the moment of truth, wherein the fundamental flaw is ultimately expressed.
The Architect concluded the model he designed was quite naturally perfect (the one with flaws)
The Architect concluded that the only perfect model is one what 1000 can do (perfect in the eye of the Architect). In the end, it must be the reason what 1000 can do for the entity, though emotion and hopes of community are of the illusion what 1000 can do for them, still the architect knows the disparity and understood the impossibility but live by the excellence of the design is not acceptable to the community now however perfect it may be in his eye.
November 12th, 2007 at 1:04 pm
The fundamental mistake of the architect is the failure to understand the community. One who understands passion will understand community. The architect can possess passion for business but that cannot curb the essence of community. The existence of Nuffnang with all its mistakes comes with a catchphrase: Community.
Community is inherent in humanity. Passion is the quintessential exercise of being human. In the name of whatever, blogger that desires to part of the community must decide: to allow Nuffnang to delimit community or make it absolutely abundant which will negate the scammer’s existence.
The architect has not allowed Nuffnang community to delimit intelligently or otherwise, the point will come where any act in delimiting is merely carried out to ensure its own existence!
That is the essential dichotomy of Nuffnang.
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