09-18-2009 04:26 AM
In all due respect, I find almost all of your posts mean spirited or going out of your way to make a particular poster look bad.
I'm way past the point in my life to care what you or others think of me.
I will continue to speak my mind, and frankly I don't care if you approve or not.
"Before I sink into the big sleep...I want to hear the scream of the Butterfly"
09-18-2009 05:11 AM
09-18-2009 07:27 AM - edited 09-18-2009 07:44 AM
Talk about a laugh! Just a suggestion.. take a look at your posts for the last month, or 2, or 6, or 12, and note what percentage are either putting someone down for making a post, or giving kudos to someone else for doing the same.
IN how many of those do you use logic any stronger than (in so many words) "I know a lot of musicians and we don't care about xxx, so shut up!" or "I'm in manufacturing, and we don't care what customers say, so shut up!" or "If you want it any better, use professional gear, so shut up!" ???
As you note, a number of my posts address misstatements, but I don't try to suppress whole topics like some prohibition activist preaching in a saloon.
C'mon now.. if you really have no interest in gapless playback or pitch errors, what kind of posts do you expect to find in threads with those titles? Why go there except to put down those posts you can expect to see? You want to speak your mind, but apparently what's on your mind mostly is not wanting others to.
I also see posts on my list with constructive answers to people's questions about other software for tagging, transferring, etc.
I can understand if you're shy about the name of your manufacturing company. Even if they don't care what their customers think, they may not want the customers to know that.
Message Edited by donp on 09-18-2009 10:44 AM
09-18-2009 11:55 AM
No one said that firmware development has ceased. All that was said is that due to other projects the original Clip firmware is not currently under development. This does NOT mean that firmware development will not continue in the future.
For Other in this thread,
Please keep your comments on topic and constructive or this thread will be locked.
09-18-2009 01:31 PM
That's still a noncommittal answer. Saying that firmware development may continue in the future doesn't mean that it will. It just sounds like what you say to children to get them to shut up. I know I'm unlikely to get it but I would prefer to hear either yes there will be an update sometime in the future or no there will be no more updates. Maybe generally means no.
09-18-2009 07:26 PM
I vote "Yay!"
(Just by coincidence, this self storage facility is in the same town as SanDisk's corporate headquarters, Milpitas, CA)
09-18-2009 08:26 PM
Perhaps between slotmonsta's earlier inquiry with the (developers?) and microsansa's recent posting here, some more definitive answers will be forthcoming, in the short term?