To feedback or not to feedback? This is the question
this is another feedback post. But this time for the users. The fuck is wrong with you? Look at you, turning into sissies, whining all over the place, acting childish. Seriously, when I'm looking through most of the comments in articles or the posts in the Meta thread I get sick. Might as well be on reddit.
All the fanboys, pseudo intellectuals, or simply bored with nothing else to do: get a life, stop trolling, think before commenting - you're not improving anything at all. I'm not trying to attack personally because I don't know any of you, I want to show a reflection of what is going on. Just have a look at the latest threads in a rational way.
(almost a random selection but it helps me make a point)
So either way, dear Verge user, the editors are not your close friends or babysitters - they are professionals taking the jobs they are passionate about very seriously. So if the news is in your opinion too slow, too fast, too one-sided, etc. think about what you really need or what you want to achieve. Or who you are.
Because if the editors are working on a new project, go on vacation, etc - it's none of your damn business. Feedback should be constructive and insightful. This is not about withholding feedback. It is about improving it. So before you write your next post, comment or just want to take it out on somebody for what reason whatsoever - breathe and think about what you're about to write.