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troi21




msg:505618
 6:14 pm on Mar 23, 2004 (gmt 0)

I'm thinking of signing up to the Supporters forum. not only because i want to support webmasterworld (which is probably a huge reason why my business is successful) but because i think it's like some secret club that I should be a part of.

am i right? :)

 

lawman




msg:505619
 6:24 pm on Mar 23, 2004 (gmt 0)

I joined for the decoder ring. ;)

Actually I sent a couple of donations before there even was a supporter's forum. I got in by default. Why not come behind the curtain and see how Oz works.

lawman

le_gber




msg:505620
 7:30 pm on Mar 23, 2004 (gmt 0)

I joined last week to celebrate my one year hanging around these forums.

Like you most, if not all, the knowledge I have regarding SE and the way they work is down to the wonderful people around here and the men (and women) pulling the strings behind the curtains.

I would say join in, but it really is up to you.

Leo

bumpaw




msg:505621
 4:01 am on Mar 24, 2004 (gmt 0)

The support factor was reason enough for me.

It's not that there are secrets there so much, but some confidentiality is required in a limited access environment.

The cream of the crop posters are there, and while I'm not one of those I hope to gain from listening.

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