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Why WebRing Is Indifferent To Our Complaints - 10/02/2006
The domain at has recently been finally transferred from it's previous owner, Yahoo. This means that someone finally gave Yahoo their asking price for the system. This means that new money has come into WebRing and the people with the purse strings are getting what they want in the way of the new changes here at WebRing.

These new partners of WebRing are most likely looking at their graphs and spread sheets and greedily wringing their hands in eager anticipation of huge profits that their math and graphs tell them will soon be theirs.

In a pseudo spirit of pretense compromise WebRing will do its best to make any concessions that give the impression of compromise but yet will not deviate from the dictates of the new monied partners who are now in complete control of the destiny of WebRing and your individual intellectual property rights here at WebRing.

If any of you remember the mess that the corporate minions at Yahoo made of WebRing just stand by and witness the even bigger fiasco that will result from the new corporate, lickspittle, sychophants that are now controlling all behind the scenes.

What we are witnessing is a corporate takeover of the WebRing system.

Honestly, does anyone believe that the old WebRing team is capable of making these kinds of decisions?

The irony here is that the micromanagers are now themselves being micromanaged.


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