MrSavage - 4:41 am on Jul 1, 2011 (gmt 0)
Tedster I know I'm a newbie for these parts, but seriously. So it's best to bury head in sand, not say anything and guess if other are experiencing a similar fate? In other words, no communication amongst webmasters, everyone in the dark, nobody knowing if it's just them. Interesting. That's what I'm reading into that. I thought this was a meeting place for webmasters to discuss what is happening with them and their sites. Sharing thoughts I would think is part of that. I get the feeling that isn't what is supposed to happen. I respect that. I may not agree with it and it isn't my place to judge. There is no place I respect more than here. Unfortunately it appears that open discussions about personal impacts or stories are not welcome. Like I said. Not knowing about others is like snipping the wires of communication. Without associations, there is no power. There is no nothing. If you can't talk about personal impacts then I guess the world must be fine.
Does there need to be anything constructive or can there be sharing of Panda experiences? To say Panda hasn't altered the world as we, webmasters know it, is slightly ignorant to say. In my small piece of the world, right now, this is the biggest and most dramatic thing that has happened on the internet to webmasters. Yet it seems we can't discuss those feeling here. Okay, got it. On topic folks! As mentioned I respect the people here more than anyone or anywhere else. This place actually should be the place where collectively webmaster could say listen, this Panda has destroyed my livelihood. It's ruined my finances. It's turned my world upside down. I think people started this thread to share those sediments. I share the same bleak outlook on the internet right now. That may change in a week or two, but I personally see the giants, CNET, Engadget etc owning the rankings. Afterall, quality, freshness etc etc. Can't get +1's if people can't find you. It's over folks in my opinion.
I'm outta here.