Old AgeMy Nanny sat at the computer.More Like This
“O61” the computer said in a male voice with a slight accent.
“Do you want the ‘puter?” she asked me, drunk, blearily staring at the computer screen as I walked back into my guest bedroom.
“No, Nanny; I’m fine.” Inside the room I turned to close the door, but she kept talking.
“Are you sure? I’ll gladly give it to you.”
“No, Nanny; I don’t want it.”
“Well, alright. I’m playing bingo; I’ve won on all three of these squares.”
“Well, that’s good.”
“I guess so. Not as if it matters, anyways- you don’t win nothin’, ha.”
“Ahmm, yeah, guess so, hm.” The laugh didn’t come out exactly right.
“Are you sure you don’t want it? I’ll gladly give it to you.”
“No, Nanny; I’m fine.”
Dear deviantART...I am refusing to use the rebranded name because, I'm annoyed about the rebrand. I'm annoyed about your direction, your lack of focus in key areas and your lack of communication. I said I'd never be a bitter former staff member, but it seems that I am.More Like This
Last year you spent a lot of money on a rebrand, this year you've cut 50% of your work force, entire departments have been decimated and peoples lives have been thrown upside down without notice. But you never really communicated to anyone why. You still don't, you're not telling the community what's happening and that's only going to hurt you. People will see that helpdesk tickets take longer to get a response, people see that lots of people are no longer staff and you're not letting them know why. You know that people have a belief that the site is dying, you're only furthering it right now. How much of a better state would the site be in if the rebrand hadn't happened? Would I and the rest of the people that lost our jobs without notic