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David Roth Weiss
Re: Apple's Mac business plan
on Nov 3, 2011 at 8:45:04 pm

[Steve Connor] "Sorry, I was out of line, many apologies David, I thought it seemed like a very patronising and unneccessary comment you made. I was obviously wrong"

I take you at your word and accept your apology Steve.

But please Steve, do go back and look at this thread starting at the point where Bill Davis challenges Herb. http://forums.creativecow.net/readpost/335/19632. He challenges Herb very specifically as follows: "Raise something "video editing mission critical" that it actually "can't" do, not something it can do perfectly well, just not the way you want it to - and I'll be happy to listen."

I responded that without proper monitoring, there's no way know if there are fields-related issues, which makes passing QC a total gamble. It was a very precise response to a very precise question. He wanted mission critical, I gave it to him.

Now, just look at the responses, started by Gerald. Not one real response to the point I made, only a deflection to an expensive Resolve workaround, that is hardly a viable option for most.

Be honest Steve, can you see how frustrating that kind of "noise" is for me? I mean seriously, this site is supposed to be all about "more signal, less noise." Right?

Seriously, do you see my point?

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