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Who follows every S4GRU forum post in hopes of gleaning info nuggets?



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  1. 1. Do you follow around S4GRU forum posts closely in hopes to pick up unreleased information?

    • Yes, I follow your posts closely, daily.
    • Yes, I try to follow your posts closely whenever I can.
    • Never thought about that, I think I will try that too.
    • Ummm, no.

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I had someone PM me today and tell me they follow every post I make around the forums to see what I say. They said they learned more from picking up little info crumbs I scatter all over the place than they do from articles. :lol:


Although it was kind of creepy to realize you are being cyber stalked around your own forums, I did think it was kind of clever. So, who else follows my posts really closely to see if they can glean some unreleased information? Hoping for morsels of additional info?



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I just go through and read everything. If I followed every post I would have to open a new email account because I would get so many emails all day long it would make my inbox grow to epic proportions.

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Well I can't say I follow each and every post made in the forums, what I usually do is click on the View New Content and read up on the ones that were posted recently. But lately there have been quite a few postings that I can't catch up to. Either way I voted yes.



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I'm not quite stalking you but I do pay close attention whenever I see one of your posts. I am definitely hoping that you let something slip or give a preview of things to come. In the Network Vision related posts especially you are pretty good about giving a ;) if you know some info is coming.

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Robert, there is not a post you've posted that I have not read!


I know I've said this before but I appreciate all the hard work you put into this site and I always look forward to reading what's new.


Drop more crumbs!

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