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#1 of 17 HighDefDiscNews

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Posted November 05 2007 - 08:46 PM

We'll be doing a formal introduction soon but I just wanted to do a post and get familar with the forum. We really are looking forward to working with HTF!

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#2 of 17 TonyD

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Posted November 06 2007 - 12:58 AM

hello.
Is there something I can read to know who you are?

Also who hi def disc news is?Posted Image
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#3 of 17 Chris S

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Posted November 06 2007 - 01:31 AM

Assuming the site is HighDefDiscNews.com I like what I see so far. The release calendar with the cover art is very nice. If I had one word of advice I would say you could probably widen the content window just a little bit to fill out the page more. Otherwise it looks good!
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#4 of 17 Ed St. Clair

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Posted November 06 2007 - 05:17 AM

GREAT job, on your site!!!
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#5 of 17 Aaron Silverman

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Posted November 06 2007 - 07:53 AM

Cool site!

One suggestion: I *strongly* recommend cutting down on the italics and quotation marks in the text. They're totally unnecessary and make it harder to read.
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#6 of 17 TonyD

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Posted November 06 2007 - 10:37 AM

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If I had one word of advice I would say you could probably widen the content window just a little bit to fill out the page more. Otherwise it looks good!

second that.
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#7 of 17 HighDefDiscNews

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Posted November 06 2007 - 12:31 PM

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second that.
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If you only knew. >> SIGH << It's hard for me to make the HTML for these and then you complain? C'mon I know forum users have reps for being overly obsessive and such but give a guy a break. I just decided to work with HTF and I'm only trying to state "Hello."
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#8 of 17 Southpaw

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Posted November 06 2007 - 02:08 PM

Geez, the guy comes here to give a brief intro and gets flooded with comments on how to improve his site. People, just read the news and move on....

#9 of 17 Sam Posten

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Posted November 06 2007 - 02:19 PM

Recommend you make your clinks lickable in your sig =)

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#10 of 17 HighDefDiscNews

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Posted November 06 2007 - 02:26 PM

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Geez, the guy comes here to give a brief intro and gets flooded with comments on how to improve his site. People, just read the news and move on....
Thanks Jason, glad someone understands my point of view!

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Recommend you make your clinks lickable in your sig =)
Maybe I can now that I've made 10 posts. LOL Posted Image
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#11 of 17 HighDefDiscNews

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Posted November 06 2007 - 02:38 PM

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hello.
Is there something I can read to know who you are?

Also who hi def disc news is?Posted Image
Yea probably our site would be a good start... Just general logic
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#12 of 17 Chris S

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Posted November 06 2007 - 02:38 PM

Don't look at them as "negative" remarks because they are most definitely not. Instead they're simply suggestions to help you understand the personal tastes of your audience. When you run a website, or publicize one, you're going to get some constructive feedback. Just ask Parker or Ron. They get all kinds of feedback both positive and negative. So far your ahead with 3+ positive remarks and 2 suggestions for possible improvements. IMO that's pretty good!

Like I said in my previous post I really like what I see so far. I've even bookmarked the site and added the RSS feed to my reader. So take all our suggestions for the good intentions they are and if you need help with the HTML just let us know. There are lots of us here with good experience that can help you out.
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#13 of 17 HighDefDiscNews

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Posted November 06 2007 - 02:38 PM

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Don't look at them as "negative" remarks because they are most definitely not. Instead they're simply suggestions to help you understand the personal tastes of your audience. When you run a website, or publicize one, you're going to get some constructive feedback. Just ask Parker or Ron. They get all kinds of feedback both positive and negative. So far your ahead with 3+ positive remarks and 2 suggestions for possible improvements. IMO that's pretty good!

Like I said in my previous post I really like what I see so far. I've even bookmarked the site and added the RSS feed to my reader. So take all our suggestions for the good intentions they are and if you need help with the HTML just let us know. There are lots of us here with good experience that can help you out.
Chris,

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#14 of 17 BrettB

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Posted November 07 2007 - 03:58 AM

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#15 of 17 AL KUENSTER

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Posted November 07 2007 - 05:51 AM

I briefly checked out your site, looks good.
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#16 of 17 Mike Frezon

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Posted November 07 2007 - 05:58 AM

Justin: Welcome to the HTF.

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We'll be doing a formal introduction soon but I just wanted to do a post and get familar with the forum. We really are looking forward to working with HTF!

Since you decided to forgo the "formal introduction"...what kind of relationship will you have with the HTF?

I see you've posted a review and some other info. Will you be supplying the HTF with reviews and other material? Participating in other areas?

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#17 of 17 Aaron Silverman

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Posted November 07 2007 - 10:12 AM

Justin,

If I didn't think your site was cool, I wouldn't have bothered to comment on the look of the text. Posted Image
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