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In case you missed it, from now on every Friday we will be starting a Prospect Update Thread, in an effort to reduce board clutter and make a central thread where you can get updates on VT commits and non-commits in their games. There will be one in-game chat thread set up for every VT game, to produce the same result as above. Finally, we will be having a "Hokies in the NFL" thread on Sunday's to repeat the two things I mentioned above (I am having pretty bad writers block at the moment). The goal again of all this is to reduce clutter, but more importantly create a central thread (much like the daily update thread) where you can find everything you are looking for in one spot.
We will also be adding our yet to be named Following the Future segment starting next week where we summarize the performance of VT commits from the week before.
Thoughts on this?
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Pete King 20 months ago
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Your the boss.. I just work here..
Can't go wrong with those additions to an already stellar site.
THE ONLY THING I'M ADDICTED TO IS WINNING--CHARLIE SHEEN
These were suggestions by the stellar members of this site. The goal is to make this place a community and you guys are awesome with the suggestions.
works for me.....
Sounds good, but central threads do have their downsides as well. It gets hard to read through an entire thread to find info you're looking for. Usually a thread about a certain subject helps you find exactly what you're looking for in a hurry.
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Board clutter es no bueno. No reason to have 4 threads all saying the same thing.
Excellent idea staff!
I could be wrong, but I think this is more dedicated to stop the multiple threads that look like this: "Davis with a great TD"...followed 4 seconds later by "OMG, DAVIS TD"....etc, etc.
Just the other day I believe there were 3-4 threads all just mentioning Good Counsel playing on TV. If there was just 1 thread about it that people posted in, it would stay near the top anyway where everyone could see it, become informed.
Im sure if there is a singular storyline, it will have its own thread.
Whoever though of that was a genius!
agreed, although I am a bit worried about his command of the English language...
"thought"......well played sir....
This could be very dangerous because it makes sense.
lo que parece ser el problema?
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