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We know it is not an easy task to balance what you can say, with what you have to say, and temper it all with your own point of view for the whole Gplex to read. Some times I think you have the absolute hardest job of anyone on this site. Tell L&S that we all voted you a raise. Hats off to Google for having the foresight to put a guy in the mosh pit and even more so for you flying the company flag on it. Thanks for all the posting dude.
<mods note: probably should go to the community forum eventually...>
I definitely second the motion for a raise. Anyone with that kind of moxie, who's got the poise and the gumption to step right into the middle of the lion's den and hang out with the boyz definitely deserves it. More than a raise, give that man STOCK and a company car!
[edited by: Marcia at 7:13 am (utc) on Dec. 20, 2003]
I'll be sure to pass that suggestion on, Brett. ;) I can't believe it's been two thousand posts. I remember when I went to the someone on the PR team way back when and asked if it was okay to post on this web forum that seemed cool; you know, just to answer simple questions and clear up misunderstandings. I really don't think I had any idea what I was signing up for back then. It's been a blast though.
To Brett, the mods, and all the people who have made me welcome: many thanks for making WebmasterWorld a place where people can talk about search engines and websites, share info, and try to help each other.
Thanks for letting me hang out with y'all. I've enjoyed the last 2+ years a lot.
Thank you for your contribution to the Google News forum, and the other Google forums you occasionally pop up in ;)
This is news...why?When you get to 2000, and you learn the secret handshake, it will all be clear.
Note to self-Stay out of those update threads or you'll never learn the shake
I did it! - didn't mention Fl.. Doh...
Most people are uninformed about how great the risks are for doing so. They are so great, that 3 years later, Google is still the only major engine to have the fortitue to let someone post in public.
Anyway, back to the topic.