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Landonw says

Why are people so impressed when Envato does things they should have done light years ago? Not to be pessimistic but when I see something they’ve done that should have been done ancient times ago I feel disappointed.

Would someone please shed some light on this?

P.S: I’d be completely supportive if progress was being made everyday, but the marketplaces change so rarely I don’t login anymore. It’s just pointless, there’s better marketplaces out there.

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VF says

It doesn’t related to Envato or even features. For any change, there will be some people to support it, that’s the nature of forum :P

Hope the light is enough :D

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vaynah says

Somebody needs to read this

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Stylius says

Why are people so impressed when Envato does things they should have done light years ago?

Light years is a measure for distance, not time. ;)

Back to your question, Envato is great, and the team is doing a very good job to keep it a high-quality market. nuff said.

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sevenspark Volunteer moderator says

Some people choose to go through life with a generally positive attitude, and aim to have a positive effect on those around them. When they see something bad they help to improve it; when they see something good, they show their appreciation.

Others go through life with a generally negative attitude, and feel it necessary to infect those around them with their negativity. When something is bad they cast blame; when something is good, they search for its faults.

The former base their happiness on building others up; the latter on tearing others down. I don’t think either type of person generally understands the other.

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ZtarrZound says

Better late than never vs just late?

Glass half full vs glass half empty?

People react differently to different things. Which one are you?

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ThomGeskin says

Hi Landon, thanks for the feedback. Although I can understand where you might be coming from, I’d have to slightly disagree. It’s not so much that people are easily impressed, but grateful instead. It’s a rather polite and positive way to show appreciation and community spirit.

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alchymista says

Better late than never.
+1 :)
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Ivor Reviewer says

Some people choose to go through life with a generally positive attitude, and aim to have a positive effect on those around them. When they see something bad they help to improve it; when they see something good, they show their appreciation.

Others go through life with a generally negative attitude, and feel it necessary to infect those around them with their negativity. When something is bad they cast blame; when something is good, they search for its faults.

The former base their happiness on building others up; the latter on tearing others down. I don’t think either type of person generally understands the other.

One common statement coming from negative attitudes is, “I’m not negative, I am realistic.” This is an excuse for being negative. Reality is what you make it. Make it positive. :)

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JamiGibbs says

Some people choose to go through life with a generally positive attitude, and aim to have a positive effect on those around them. When they see something bad they help to improve it; when they see something good, they show their appreciation.

Others go through life with a generally negative attitude, and feel it necessary to infect those around them with their negativity. When something is bad they cast blame; when something is good, they search for its faults.

The former base their happiness on building others up; the latter on tearing others down. I don’t think either type of person generally understands the other.

I heart this.

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