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An open letter / editorial to dAIf you are new to the issue at hand then please read the following to acquaint yourself with the details: http://londonxpress.deviantart.com/journal/10157324/An open letter / editorial to dA by `londonxpress
First of all - I cant say how amazing it has been to watch deviantART act as a community over the course of the past week. Deviants from every corner of the world-wide web have joined in with their thoughts, suggestions, and concerns. It doesnt matter what their viewpoint is. The important thing in this case is that they are talking: open dialogue is healthy and it can invoke change.
Everyone should have access to information. It then becomes their duty to formulate an opinion hundreds of which Ive read in the last 24 hours.
Before I continue Id like to address the issue of flaming. If you come across an opinion that differs from your own you are not granted the right to flame (dont spam like it is going out of style that will not accomplish anything). In the vast majority o
An open letter to Spyed***IMPORTANT***An open letter to Spyed by `londonxpress
Before you read the following letter that I have written to dA, please take the time to familiarize yourself with the situation at hand. Some people might think that it is a trivial matter in a sense it is as these are merely features on a website but it is the principal behind the actions that matters.
A world famous electronic musician recently released a music / digital art montage on DVD. I have nothing against this musician himself in the past he has done some wonderful work and I will admit without reservation that I have several of his CDs. Recently his DVD was advertised through a top journal on dA this musician even became a member of the website. But why? DeviantART is not a place for music files that was decided early on. So what does this artist have to offer for the community?
Recently he was subscribed till hell freezes over a status reserved for select staff members. He was also given the ability to cu