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flashedge
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I agree. The old blog was far better and more interesting.

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damojo
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I agree. The old blog was far better and more interesting.

+1

I miss stuff like author interviews and file reviews.

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flashjunkie
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I set up a poll, maybe if we get enough responces on it they will consider ressurecting the old blogs!

http://www.snappoll.com/poll/327431.php

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finsta2
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I know, I’m pretty disappointed that they switched to the tumblog style. I mean, it has some good stuff, but all of the original content on the other blog really can’t be made up by promotion of themes and clientsfromhell quotes.

Yeah this blog is just quotes and promotion for themeforest.

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theninja
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Yeah, I’d have to agree with you there, the old blog was better.
That being said it was probably quite an effort to keep going… we could always start a community driven, unofficial blog with a bunch of extra stuff on it the new one hasn’t got, lol :D

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JeffreyWay
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If you’re looking for things like jQuery tutorials, I really do recommend that you read Net.tutsplus.com instead. That’s ThemeForest’s real sister-site…and the quality is far higher than what we ever had on the old blog. :)

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contrastblack
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minor p.s: the vote you’ve set up says I can not vote repeatedly (didn’t ever vote), and after I click on show results it shows just 1 vote for “yes” and nothing else… and I doubt I was the only one to vote.

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