qft, I found pretty crazy to watch a great amv, for a new editor, with an announcement of around 2 days ago, and no comments at allEvaFan wrote:Most people that have been around for a long time probably rarely or never watch videos from new people and only watch from friends or people they respect as editors or members of the community like mods. This is the reason the org is slowly dieing. With rarely any new people going around commenting these people are the ones mostly remaining on this forum.
and those counter example seems to be extremely popular editors on the org: http://amvnews.ru/index.php?go=Files&in=view&id=813godix wrote:although apparently there are counterexamples.
that remember me the first time I access amvnews and actually download an amv, my only thought was "funny, here is easier to download a video than in the org, and this is in russian"godix wrote:I think it should be about AMVs, which means letting people watch them easily and letting editors get their work seen.
godix wrote:specifically talking about why AKROSS/amvnews seem to get more views on videos, although apparently there are counterexamples.
Ikore wrote:and those counter example seems to be extremely popular editors on the org: http://amvnews.ru/index.php?go=Files&in=view&id=813godix wrote:although apparently there are counterexamples.
so this may be another issue with org if you are not really popular, a good friend or use a extremely popular anime, but it is the same than yt, and in a lot of other things indeed
outlawed wrote:We face a similar situation the us techno-industrial base faced many years ago. Hopefully we won't fade into obscurity =p
http://www.theonion.com/articles/us-tec ... gn-co,920/
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