No, that is not what I meant, obviously he cares. I'm just saying that this kind of thing happens far too much on the web and it does more damage than good. I need Kodak products that I have come to prefer to do my job, just like I have other tools or materials that I depend on to do my job. I have always done and always do my part to maintain great working relationships with those who provide me with both the services and products that I depend on.
Originally Posted by eddie
I think avoiding posting things on the web at all costs only helps to foster these relationships, we protect each other's mutually beneficial interests. And perhaps you misunderstood the context in which I mentioned Simon Galley, clearly put, because of how nasty and damaging the Internet can be, he is as much a babysitter of the brand as he is a front man...this was never quite as nasty a problem pre-Internet. Period.
Whether or not a company's wrong decisions could be deemed as self inflicted or not should be an invitation to pour gasoline on them and throw a match in, why add to it?....unless one gets more enjoyment living a virtual life rather than a real one...
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