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people with egos

Pete

Photography and music are my two passions. I edited photography magazines for around 20 years and launched the UK's first digital imaging magazine. I founded ePHOTOzine and was owner / publisher until 2013. The photos in my portfolio are ones I like from shoots I do in any spare time I have.
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people with egos

24 Nov 2009 10:23PM   Views : 771 Unique : 472

they'll be the death of me

Tags: Ego

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tomcat 12 6.4k 15 United Kingdom
24 Nov 2009 11:15PM
Not at all surprised that you posted this Smile

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User_Removed 8 718 9 England
25 Nov 2009 6:24AM
chuckles =o7
LisaRose 11 172 4 United States
25 Nov 2009 7:14AM
Don't say that Pete. You're freaking me out.

Lisa
Boyd 14 11.2k 11 Wales
25 Nov 2009 8:10AM
I said I'd get you some for Christmas so stop moaning.

That's not how you spell Lego either.
EllieEdge 9 15 42 Norway
25 Nov 2009 6:59PM
Hi Pete I just came across your comment on my "blog" which is not a blog. I confess and all that. And I knew. Smile
I have an idea for epz.
That in addition to the "View Showcase", "View Albums" and "View Gallery Buttons" there could be a "View Blog" and that this Blog View would show one picture (and maybe thumbnails for the versions and mod's) and then a story below it. So that it looks like an ordinary photography blog. We as users could choose the "Blog view" to be our initial page when visitors arrive - in the same manner you have chosen "Showcase" as the arrival page for your visitors.
riprap007 13 1.6k 37 England
27 Nov 2009 2:55PM
interesting idea Smile
Don't let the b....ards grind you down!

Some people on this site have a huge ego and seem quite brainless. What sort of a gesture is leaving a website in a huff? Ridiculous! Not worth worrying about it.

Don't focus on them they're not worth it. Have a look at the people who are quiet, polite, post photos on a regular basis and try their best. They're the unrecognised majority on the site.

All the best,

Jean-NoŽl

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