happybaboon wrote: Far easier for him to simply continue emailing the Vorb newsletter to the unwashed masses...
radical_edward wrote: The magic thing about Vorb is that it is a virtual embodiment of an actual community. Most 'online' communities and social networks exist regardless of the technology.
Although Vorb has long had the critical mass so that anybody in NZ who googles a cycling related topic gets a vorb link on the first page, it was a very much a functioning community long before that.
Folks who spend a ferrit stuffed full of cash and just expect a userbase to come along always (I hope) get their just desserts.
The fact that the Cycling community is a little tough to package up and sell to the man has its good and bad points. I think that Vorb has progressed at just the right pace to be something pretty unique in online communities.
Cheers to Tama!
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